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Why working as a journalist in Uganda is particularly tough

By Karen McIntyre, Assistant Professor, Journalism and Director of Graduate Studies, Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture, Virginia Commonwealth University
Meghan Sobel Cohen, Associate Professor, Department of Communication and the Master of Development Practice, Regis University
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Uganda media houses pay low wages and offer few development opportunities for journalists, which makes reporters more susceptible to bribes.

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