Almost 90% of journalists in Guinea-Bissau's private media earn less than 100,000 francs CFA (about 150 euros) per month and have no employment contract, concluded a report presented today.
Prepared at the request of the Association of Professional Media Women, in partnership with the Association for Cooperation Among Peoples, and funded by Camões, Institute for Cooperation and Language, the report outlines the profile of the media in Guinea-Bissau.
Regarding private media, dominated by radio stations, the data indicate that 229 professionals work in that sector and that the "overwhelming majority is male.
"Of that number . . .