Somalia's New Media Laws Could Decimate The Country's Local Reporting
Somalia now requires its journalists to have a degree, which could hinder the reporting in an already underreported part of the world.By Melissa Prax | January 16, 2016
Global media coverage of Africa has long been criticized.
Somalia is now requiring all journalists to have a degree. But the country has only one undergrad program that started a few months ago, so it could make it difficult for many to stay in the field. (Video via Somalia Broadcasting Corp.)