Ep. № 48 - Ukrainian Journalism: Where Is It Headed?

June 6, 2021

On Ukraine’s Journalism Day, we reflect upon what has changed after the murder of prominent Ukrainian-Georgian journalist Georgiy Gongadze 20 years ago; whether Ukrainian journalism is becoming freer and more responsible; and how to overcome information bubbles. Our guest is Natalya Gumenyuk, a well-known independent Ukrainian journalist and co-creator of the recent documentary “The Murder of Gongadze: 20 Years of Searching for the Truth”

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