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Uvamizi Katika Vyombo vya Habari Haukubaliki Kuingia na silaha na kufanya uvamizi katika chombo cha habari ni kukiuka misingi ya demokrasia na utawala bora hapa nchini.
More colleges to use MCT formulated curricula Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) officials recently inspected two Kilimanjaro based training institutions, Spring Institute of Business and Science (SIBS) and the Stefano Moshi Memorial University College (SMMUCo) Department of Journalism and Mass Communication to ascertain their capacity to use of the competence based journalism curricula.
Muda wa kuwasilisha kazi za waandishi wa habari waongezwa Baraza la Habari Tanzania (MCT) kwa kushirikiana na washirika wake, limeongeza muda wa kuwasilisha kazi
Kesi ya Kupinga Sheria ya Huduma za Vyombo vya Habari Kutajwa Februari 9 Mahakama Kuu Kanda ya Mwanza KESI iliyofunguliwa na Umoja wa Klabu za Waandishi wa Habari Tanzania (UTPC) na kampuni ya Hali Halisi Publishers Limited, wakipinga baadhi ya vipengele vya sheria ya Huduma za Vyombo vya Habari 2016, itatajwa kwa mara ya kwanza Februari 9, 2017 mbele ya jaji,Jaji Joaquin de Mello, imefahamika leo.

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slide1The Media Council of Tanzania (MCT) has strongly criticized the decision to stop live coverage by television parliamentary proceedings.

 Responding to a question during a press conference held at MCT offices on February 15, 2013, the Council’s Executive Secretary Kajubi Mukajanga said the decision is unacceptable and is retrogressive. He said that Tanzanians have been closely following their representatives in parliament through live broadcasts and to stop them now is  taking several steps backwards.

Mukajanga was reacting to the proposed move to stop live broadcasts and to allow recorded broadcasts after they are checked and edited by  parliamentary authorities announced by the Secretary of the National Assembly, Dr. Thomas Kashililah earlier this week.

Mukajanga said it is not acceptable in the journalism profession for news sources to be editors adding that if that is allowed it is amounts to killing the profession.

That system can only in public relations and can flourish in proganda.

“We find it difficult to imagine parliamentary bureaucrats becoming editors”, a visibly shaken Mukajanga said.

Already, he said, that there are allegations of one side being favoured in Parliament. Whether that is true or false does not matter but the allegations are there, Mukanga added.

In such situation, he said, to allow bureaucrats to be editors and select what to show or broadcast to the public would not be fair.

“That decision is to take us back as a nation”, Mukajanga said  and emphasized that it is not acceptable.

“We shall mobilize all efforts to oppose it through and through”, he declared.

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