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What news organizations IJNet readers turned to in 2014

What news organizations IJNet readers turned to in 2014

Ashley Nguyen | December 10, 2014

In early December, we reached out to our network on social media and asked what media organizations stood out to them in 2014.

From listening to radio stories produced by Spanish-speaking journalists at Radio Ambulante to The News Minute, a quick-hitting news service in India for people on the go, we received a diverse list of sources for news consumption. Click on the orange markers to find out what language it's published or recorded in and get a link to its website. Maybe you'll find an additional news site to mix into your daily media diet.

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