Azimio la Dar es Salaam Juu ya Uhuru wa Uhariri na Uwajibikaji
Dar es Salaam Declaration on Editorial Freedom, Independence and Responsibility
The Manual focuses on enriching the professional practice of journalism, and by extension, mass media, so as to ensure that impending elections will be credible,undoubted by any voter, candidate or observer. The delivery of such credibility is very much in the hands of the media.
Kitabu hiki kimekusudiwa kuboresha utendaji wa kiweledi wa wanataaluma ya habari,pamoja na vyombo vyao,ili kuhakikisha chaguzi zinazokaribia zinakuwa za kuaminika,zisizotiliwa shaka na mpiga kura,mgombea au mwangalizi yeyote wa uchaguzi. Jukumu la kuhakikisha hili linatokea liko katika mikono ya vyombo vya habari.
This publication is the first of its kind to be prepared by the Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) aimed at setting out an articulated research agenda on media issues in Tanzania.
This publication will give readers a new perspective on the business of freelance journalism. Some of the findings are very new, insightful and will most likely make freelancers, editors and even media owners think about freelancing in a whole new light.
The Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) has developed this broadcasting manual to help practising journalists and journalism students learn,understand and appreciate modern technigues of writing for the "ear" (broadcast media) as opposed to writing for the "eye" (print media).
The manual is available for TZS:5000/- only.
Training manual for Poverty Reporting in Tanzania it is a user-friendly manual that can be used by trainers as well as mid-carrer journalists intent on quality coverage of poverty issues. It attempts to look at global dimensions of poverty including international instruments and initiatives,as well as local conditions,to help the poverty writer think globally and write locally. We hope that the manual will help reporters handle poverty stories better by enabling them to put issues in context and assisting them at in-depth reporting.
The manual is available for TZS:5000/-
This booklet provides a synopsis of training needs and gaps in media training which would be a useful guide to the Council and other institutions engaged or interested in providing in-service trainging for media practitioners.
This manual has been prepared so as to provide trainers with an easy to use training manual for both trainers and journalists covering rural issues,to provide journalist with skills for effective agenda-setting orientated reporting of rural areas/issues from a developmental perspective and to provide rural issues through the mass media and thereby making them get due attention form policy and development planners.
The manual is available for TZS:5000/- only
The scope of this report is founded on a research precess and subsequent findings on the extent to which Tanzania's print media have covered poverty issues.
The demand for this kind of study hinges on the fact that the media remain pivotal in in?uencing socio-economic changes,including efforts being made by various agents to uplift people from the dehumanising spin-offs of the scourge of poverty.
The objective of this manual is to help journalists who intend to cover science and research findings become able to do so with a little more ease and confidence. It seeks to provide the necessary skills and insights into science and research reporting as a particular genre of the profession.
The manual is intended to hone the skills of the journalist. Th target is the practicing journalist,probably mid-career,rather than the cub reporter. It is therefore assumed that the user already has basic journalistic knowledge and experience.
The manual is available for TZS:5000/- only
This book is about the ten years of arbitration work done Council. It is a book that is of importance not only to the media practitioners, but also to the public for purposes of reference as well as learning.
This Manual addresses ethical issues and problems that confront journalists in Tanzania everyday.The manual has taken note of the changes that have been shaping operations of the media industry in the last decade.Part two of the Manual is designed to guide the trainers during delivery of the course.The manual is designed to help the trainers and students acquire the necessary knowledge in journalism ethics. The first part deals with definitions and guidelines that are useful to both students and the trainers.