Tag: Media in Iran
An Iranian media official announced that foreign media outlets have considerably increased their presence in Iran during President Hassan Rouhani’s term, particularly after the recent nuclear deal. “Under President Rouhani’s term, especially after the JCPOA,...
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry categorically denied sending threatening text messages to a large number of journalists, and described it as an unprofessional move.
The Foreign Media Department of Iran’s Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance announced that there are 153 accredited foreign radio and TV stations, newspapers, news agencies, and photo agencies working in Iran.
IFP has prepared a report on how Iranian newspapers covered Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, commonly referred to as Brexit, on their Saturday headlines and editorials.
Tehran MP Ali Motahari has said that by boycotting the press exhibition the principlist media have acknowledged that protest and opposition are not off-limits in the Islamic Republic.
President Rouhani said with transparent regulations in place, individuals cannot use a single word or a sentence as a pretext to toy with press freedom.
A presidential advisor has ruled out reports of government’s decision to stop certain media from participating in press exhibition, saying that lying is not a good means to achieve our goals.
Crackdown on corruption is possible through transparency, not threats to air people’s dirty linen...
The deputy culture minister says the new law on freedom of information is expected to revolutionize the way the state interacts with citizens.
Government intervention in media runs counter to principles of sustainable security: Iranian Minister
Ali Jannati says commitment to the truth and independence in decision-making without factional bias constitute the much sought-after freedom of the press.
Responsible freedom in releasing news is what Iranian media are after; the motto picked with their help reflects this fact.
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