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English | News | 4 marzo 2014

Death of free press in Venezuela?

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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

Análisis | Noticias | 3 marzo 2014

Casi 35 horas de Maduro en cadena en febrero y sin salir de Caracas


Ha recibido a mujeres, ancianos, trabajadores, motorizados, campesinos y a todos les ha ofrecido beneficios. El presidente Nicolás Maduro no abandonó Caracas en todo el mes de febrero, a excepción del Día de la Juventud, cuando se trasladó a La Victoria, estado Aragua, >> Ver más

Denuncias | Informes | 27 febrero 2014

Maduro sigue abuso de cadena nacional para descalificar protestas

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En el crisis actual en Venezuela, el gobierno ha aumentado 300% su abuso de la Cadena Nacional para descalificar a las protestas.  El abuso de poder en los medios de comunicación del Estado venezolano se ha aumentado durante y como respuesta oficial a las protestas estudiantiles >> Ver más

Análisis | Denuncias | 26 febrero 2014

Campaña mediática del gobierno venezolano


La campaña mediática instrumentada por el Presidente Nicolás Maduro, realizando cadenas de radio y televisión todos los días y a veces varias diariamente, ha fracasado en sus objetivos de ganarse la voluntad o el respaldo de la mayoría de los venezolanos, porque ninguna >> Ver más

Noticias | 24 febrero 2014

Venezuela libra otra batalla por las comunicaciones en medio de crisis


La batalla por Venezuela se libra con el mismo vigor en la calle que en internet, con activistas que reportan la persecución gubernamental a través de las redes sociales y las autoridades respondiendo mediante el corte del servicio de internet a una ciudad donde hay protestas, >> Ver más

Denuncias | Noticias | 24 febrero 2014

Avanza la censura hacia los medios de comunicación en Venezuela (video)


Medios internacionales en la mira de Maduro Venezuela recibe el 14 de febrero con un ambiente de tensión ante los anuncios de grupos estudiantiles de realizar nuevas protestas este viernes y las acusaciones de censura al gobierno de Nicolás Maduro, quien anunció la salida >> Ver más

Analysis | English | Video | 24 febrero 2014

Venezuelan government tricks control media coverage (video)


A favorite source for those who still insist that freedom of speech in Venezuela is as thriving as ever is this BBC report (quoting the Communication Ministry), which states that only 5 percent of media outlets are owned by the state. The rest are in private hands, the argument >> Ver más

Analysis | English | 24 febrero 2014

Venezuela censorship backfires


Beginning last week, massive student-led protests all but shut down several of Venezuela’s major cities, including the capital. There have been at least five deaths and scores of injuries and arrests, coming to a head on Wednesday night when armed, pro-government >> 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

Analysis | English | 24 febrero 2014

Venezuela and hypocrisy of the international left

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As students and the middle class protest for almost two weeks in the streets of Venezuela, the international left remain silent. Why is this wide swath of Venezuelan society protesting? Because of meddling from the United States in preparation of a fascist coup, says Venezuelan >> Ver más