NATO has setup and is funding a program to get Afghan reporters to deliver news and cultural information to the Pashtun speakers in southern Afghanistan. The idea is to get information out that is favorable to NATO members.
Host of one of iTunes's most successful podcasts talks about his fall from grace and return to fame in the realm of comedy.
The media over emphasize the problems in Africa, neglect the good stories, and don't give solutions, according to one prominent African blogger.
Of the many misconceptions about Africa, a major one appears to be that Africans can't seem to solve their problems without help from American celebrities.
The Israeli Arab women's magazine "Lilac" set out to break some taboos in conservative Arab society, but has never dared to put a bikini-clad model on its cover until now.
New radio stations run by young volunteers broadcast everything from music and comedy shows, to how to treat captured Qaddafi soldiers.
A new book details how US counterterrorism efforts evolved in the 10 years after 9/11 from a kill-and-capture strategy to one of Cold War deterrence.
Newspapers and other media organizations are looking to make up for advertising shortfall by publishing e-books.
Extraordinary story about the raid that killed Bin Laden details one of the most successful covert operations in U.S. history.
A British member of parliament alleges Morgan was aware of phone hacking during his tenure at News of the World.