Declining economies place enormous fiscal pressures on news organizations around the globe. Simultaneous drops in ad revenue and circulation undermine the traditional business model of newspapers, radio and TV networks, while Internet media sites and bloggers intensify the competition. Brookings experts explore ways to “re-engineer” the industry and improve coverage of public affairs.
Reuters/Stephen Jaffe - (L-R) World Bank Corporate Secretary and President's Special Envoy on Millennium Development Goals Mahmoud Mohieldin, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, Peru's President Ollanta Humala, Chad's Finance Minister Kordje Bedoumra, International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde and IMF Secretary of the Fund and the International Monetary and Financial Committee Jianhai Lin pose for a group photo during the 2015 IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings plenary session in Lima, Peru October 9, 2015.
Was 2015 a PR success for the new Global Goals?
June 10, 2016, John McArthur
Looking at mentions of the MDGs and the SDGs across major English-language press and academic outlets from 2000 through 2015, John McArthur analyzes the pattern of media mentions of both sets of goals.
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