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Welcome[edit]

Welcome!

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Polocrosse[edit]

Thanks for your contribution (months ago) to Polocrosse. Could you add some more? References would be most helpful. Thanks! --Una Smith (talk) 05:46, 6 April 2008 (UTC)

Speedy deletion nomination of Reporters uncensored[edit]

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Removing Speedy at Reporters uncensored[edit]

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I've read the note you left on the talk page of the above-captioned article. Unfortunately, to be the subject of an article in Wikipedia it is necessary to already be notable, and this notability has to be demonstrated by reference to reliable sources, arm's-length sources of third-party opinion stating that the topic is somehow notable in a verifiable way. You may want to look at the links in this paragraph and WP:Your first article and WP:Why was my article deleted? for useful background information that will inform your future contributions. Accounting4Taste:talk 16:42, 22 August 2009 (UTC)

Orphaned non-free image (File:Reporters Uncensored.gif)[edit]

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Reporters Uncensored[edit]

Reporters Uncensored TV
Created by Tala Dowlatshahi
Country of origin U.S.
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Maura Kelly
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original release 2009 – present
External links
Website

Reporters Uncensored TV is a weekly online news program that broadcasts alternative voices in global issues. It features contributions from an international network of journalists representing news services, NGOs and production companies. The show frequently broadcasts segments they produce, followed by interviews with representatives from the organization. It's producers are affiliated with Reporters Without Borders, Talk Radio News Service and PBS.

Season One[edit]

101 – Dafur and the International Criminal Court (ICC)

To coincide with the International Day of Justice, Reporters Uncensored talks to human rights activists about the recent ICC indictment of President Al-Bashir of Sudan for war crimes against humanity. Policy experts from the Save Dafur campaign discuss the crisis and review what still needs to be done.

102 - Iran, Elections and Twitter!

Reporters Uncensored looks at how Iran reformists use new media to mobilize Iranian citizens world-wide and get their story out.

103 - Afghan Marriage Laws: Fair or Foul?

Explores Afghanistan's conservative marriage laws and cases of sexual trafficking and abuse.

104 - Corruption, Money and the Environment.

To coincide with International Day of the World's Indigenous People, Reporters Uncensored looks at the battle for land rights in Peru’s rainforest, and government efforts to promote mining in the region. And while Ghana’s oil boom is getting world attention, RUTV visits local fisherman whose livelihoods are being threatened by officials, sometimes by brute force.

105 – World Racism: Summer of love and hate

Looks at world racism and the growing popularity of far-right national parties in politics.

106 – Iran’s Dark Secret: Child Prostitution and Trafficking

Explores the often overshadowed problem of the sexual trafficking of children and young women in Iran.

107 - Mexico's Murdered Journalists

Covers the ongoing war in Mexico between the federal government drug traffickers. Topics include government corruption and violence against journalists.

108 - The Rape of the Congo

Looks at recent accounts of ethnic violence in the Congo with a focus on victims of rape.

109 - Russia's Migrant Scapegoats

Explores the effect of Russia's economic downturn on the rise of neo-nazi groups and violence against migrant workers.

Reminder[edit]

Hey, I saw your edit on the Nobel Prize, great that you are helping out. However, please do not forget add an edit summary on what you have changed in your edit, it makes it easier for other editors to see what have been changed with the page when they are looking. Cheers, --Esuzu (talkcontribs) 09:25, 17 March 2010 (UTC)

November 2013[edit]

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English Channel[edit]

Apologies for the rollback, page jumped as I was trying to click on a diff. Have reverted myself. Mjroots (talk) 20:38, 21 June 2018 (UTC)

Oh not a problem at all :) Coreydragon (talk) 20:53, 21 June 2018 (UTC)