Meredith Greene Megaw
Meredith Greene Megaw, a former ABC New producer, served as CPJ’s communications director 2008-10.
News from the Committee to Protect Journalists, June 2010 UNESCO responds to protests UNESCO’s plan to bestow the Obiang International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences, named for and financed by the most repressive leader of Equatorial Guinea, was met with an outcry from the human rights community. When UNESCO announced they would be…
News from the Committee to Protect Journalists, May 2010 Two Victories for Press Freedom Online Danny O’Brien, CPJ’s new Internet Advocacy Coordinator, joined us with a brief to defend online journalists and the Internet itself as a medium for global press freedom. In his first month, he helped reform a weak law in Brazil and…
‘Dictatorial Designs’ in Nicaragua
In the January 15, 2009, edition of The New York Review of Books, CPJ Executive Director Joel Simon writes about Daniel Ortega’s personal war against Nicaraguan journalist and television anchor Carlos Fernando Chamorro.
Video: Joel Simon on CNN “International Correspondents”
CPJ Executive Director Joel Simon appears on CNN’s International Correspondents to discuss the increase in the number of online journalists in jail. Embedded video from CNN Video