MISA Namibia has chosen to adopt the second UNESCO theme: Difficulty in the Access to Quality Information Undermines the Media, for 2012 in celebration of World Press Freedom Day. A press conference will be staged at the office of MISA on Wednesday 2nd May.

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Below are the links to the official submission forms for the 2011 MISA Namibia Media awards. Entries must be submitted by September 30th. For more information about the submission process, contact MISA Namibia either on our Facebook or via email at director@misanamibia.org.na.

Official 2011 Rules PDF

Broadcast Submission PDF

Photo Submission PDF

Print Submission PDF

 

LAUNCH OF THE 7TH ANNUAL MISA NAMIBIA MEDIA
SPEECH: NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF MISA NAMIBIA
MARBELINE MWASHEKELE
MISA HEAD QUARTERS

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From The Namibian, 05.09.2011, staff reporter

 

"The national director of MISA Namibia, Marbeline Mwashekele, said the organisation has taken on board suggestions for improvements from industry players.
This means that for this year’s awards, only accredited and registered journalists, freelance journalists, editors, and broadcasters with the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, MISA Namibia and media institutions are eligible to enter.

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12 July 2011

Namibia Communiqué

Namibia’s only public newspaper, the New Era held a gala dinner to make the celebration of its 20th anniversary on 11 July 2011. The New Era newspaper started as a weekly newspaper in1991 under the auspices of the then Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. It became a daily newspaper on 2 August 2004. Apart from reporting in English, New Era also reports in five indigenous languages on a weekly basis. Currently, New Era has 57 employees, excluding freelancers and correspondents.

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