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Caution key in Mexico

Mention going to Mexico and the reaction is predictable: "Is it safe?" Crime was the concern most frequently raised by American and Canadian media attending Tianguis Turistico, a huge Mexican travel trade show, held last month in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday April 26th, 2012

A Glimpse into Mexico’s Endangered Journalists

Since Mexico’s war on organized crime began in 2006, drug cartels have targeted journalists who report on drug-related crimes. Javier Arturo Valdez Cardenas, a reporter from Sinaloa, one of Mexico’s most violent states, has been presented with the International Press Freedom Award by the Committee to Protect Journalists.
México | Wednesday November 23rd, 2011

AP Impact: Right-to-know laws often ignored

Satbir Sharma's wife is dead. His family lives in fear in rural India. His father's left leg is shattered, leaving him on crutches for life.
International | Thursday November 17th, 2011

Mexican journalists report on drug cartels despite the risks
Nick Valencia and Arturo Chacon

Three years after the killing of Mexican journalist Armando Rodriguez, his colleagues said they are more determined than ever to write about the nation's drug cartels despite the risks.
México | Tuesday November 15th, 2011

Slim’s Move Into Online Video Draws Protests of Piracy From TV Competitors
Crayton Harrison

Carlos Slim, the billionaire banned from providing television service in his native Mexico, is offering shows for free on the Web, drawing protests from rivals wary of his influence in the market.
México | Tuesday November 8th, 2011

Mexico’s El Universal launches San Antonio, Mc Allen sites

Mexico’s El Universal is launching a site targeting Hispanics in San Antonio, TX, and Mc Allen, TX. The Spanish-language site features news from the San Antonio and Mc Allen areas.
International | Monday October 31st, 2011

Mexico: Prominent journalist Granados Chapa dies

Well-known columnist and democracy advocate Miguel Angel Granados Chapa has died in Mexico City, according to the newspaper that published his column for the past 18 years. He was 70.
México | Monday October 17th, 2011

Mexico watchdog looking into possible TV auction

Mexico's telecom regulator Cofetel said it will look into a plan to auction frequencies for television services in a country where the market is dominated by a couple of privately held broadcasters.
México | Thursday October 6th, 2011

Javier Arturo Valdez Cárdenas, Mexico

2011 CPJ International Press Freedom Awardee. In 1993, together with reporters from the daily Noroeste, Javier Arturo Valdez Cárdenas founded Ríodoce, a weekly publication covering crime and corruption in Sinaloa, one of Mexico's most violent states. Valdez is known for his prolific coverage of drug trafficking and organized crime.
México | Tuesday October 4th, 2011

UN: Journalist-targeted killings in Mexico concerning
Deborah Dupre

The United Nations human rights office on Friday addressed the increased killings of journalists blowing the whistle on government corruption in Mexico and urged authorities to launch immediate investigations to punish the perpetrators, some of whom are government officials accoridng to the UN's Office of Human Rights.
México | Monday October 3rd, 2011

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