The Power of Telling Africa’s Stories Webinar hosted by Paula Fray

The Power of Telling Africa’s Stories Webinar hosted by Paula Fray

fraycollege hosted a webinar on the power of telling Africa’s stories. The webinar looked at best practices, the latest trends, the role of multi-media and social platforms in modern story telling. Using real case studies we looked at how we tell Africa’s stories, how audiences consume stories and how to give power to your stories.

Reclaiming the African narrative through an African lens

Reclaiming the African narrative through an African lens

The stories we are told and the stories we tell each other about Africa have the power to shape what we think and influence how we act. This, according to Moky Makura of Africa No Filter. She says shifting the narrative about Africa is important, because what the world believes about the continent is also what the continent believes about itself.

Future newsrooms: know your audience…

Future newsrooms: know your audience…

With the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, every aspect of life as we knew it changed. This included disruptions to the news and media landscape. But if so, much could change in just one year, what can the industry and industry leaders do to prepare themselves and their teams for the newsrooms of the future?

The IWMF’s Gender Justice Reporting Initiative

The IWMF’s Gender Justice Reporting Initiative

fraycollege is excited to partner with the IWMF on their Gender Justice Reporting Initiative. The initiative is aimed at enhancing the coverage of gender issues in South Africa and Uganda. In 2021, the IWMF will select 30+ journalists in South Africa and Uganda to participate in this program. Our fellows will complete a six-month, virtual training course.

Ground-breaking research about Africa’s media narratives

Ground-breaking research about Africa’s media narratives

The world’s view of Africa is informed by what Africa believes about itself. So, it is important to understand what African media are saying about other African countries. Particularly the media that are read by decision makers. The research consisted of a media coverage analysis of 60 publications in 15 countries, a survey of 39 editors as well as focus group discussions.