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English | News | 4 marzo 2014

Death of free press in Venezuela?

A woman holds up a sign reading "No paper, no jobs", during a protest by newspaper workers and opposition parties to demand from the government U.S. dollars at a prime rate to buy paper for their publications, in Caracas

A newsprint shortage threatens to shut down Venezuela’s dailies–and usher in a pro-government media. For over a year, Venezuela has suffered wartime-like scarcity of basic goods such as rice, coffee and toilet paper. While the shortages have emboldened the government’s >> Ver más

English | News | 24 febrero 2014

Venezuela shuts off the internet, not satisfied with blocking Twitter and TV

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It’s a familiar narrative at this point: governments facing mass protests tighten their grip on state-run media outlets and internet providers to keep a lid on incriminating information they’d rather not have broadcast to the entire world. In Venezuela >> Ver más

English | News | Reports | 22 febrero 2014

Venezuelan NGO shows abuse of government media during protests

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Since recent protests began in Venezuela, the government has increased its abuse of the “national blanket broadcast” to criticize activists and promote its own political agenda. In 2013, Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro utilized the “national blanket broadcast” >> Ver más

English | News | Video | 22 febrero 2014

Venezuela threatens to block CNN if protest coverage continues (video)

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Nicolás Maduro has said CNN’s programming only shows war and claims they want to make Venezuela look as if they were in a civil war. If they don’t take it back and rectify their content, Maduro says they will be blocked from Venezuela. There’s no doubt there’s >> Ver más

English | News | Video | 22 febrero 2014

Protests swell in Venezuela as places to rally disappear (video)

Génesis Carmona was taken away after being shot on Tuesday. She died the next day. Mauricio Centeno/Diario Notitarde, via Associated Press

Venezuela is being convulsed by the biggest protests since the country’s longtime president, the charismatic Hugo Chávez, died nearly a year ago. CARACAS, Venezuela — The only television station that regularly broadcast voices critical of the government was sold last >> Ver más

English | News | 22 febrero 2014

Nicolás Maduro threatens to expel CNN for Venezuela protest coverage

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Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro threatened on Thursday to expel television network CNN from the country if it did not “rectify” the way it has covered deadly political protests. At least five people have been killed in unrest that the government blames >> Ver más

English | News | Reports | 12 septiembre 2013

Partisan use of State TV signal (Venezuela Alert #22)

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PARTISAN USE OF THE STATE TV SIGNAL By: Monitoreo Ciudadano/ @yomonitoreo President Nicolás Maduro abused the signal of the state-owned television channel for a broadcast by the Carabobo Command in support of the election campaign of the pro-government United Socialist >> Ver más

English | News | 12 agosto 2013

The billion-dollar fraud and corruption in Venezuela

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When the opposition protested against political persecution, President Maduro organised a countermarch. He used the government’s power to force all television channels to carry his speeches to brand the opposition as corrupt—without any sense of irony. WHEN it comes >> Ver más

English | News | 11 agosto 2013

Maduro uses State media to attack elected governor

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The same National Election Commission (CNE) that recognized Nicolás Maduro as Venezuelan president also confirmed that a significant majority of Amazonas State residents chose Liborio Guaralla as their governor in December 2012. Regardless however, Maduro abuses the >> Ver más

Analysis | English | News | Reports | 12 julio 2013

Venezuela Alert for free, fair and competitive elections (Report #18)

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Corruption undermines Venezuelan democracy Impunity in cases of anonymous threat against journalists in Venezuela Constitutional Chamber of Supreme Court favors the government Pro-government political party physically attacks members of the Democratic Alternative >> Ver más