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Ranked as one of the worst places in Africa to work as a journalist, Ethiopia. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed plans to remove this image as the country works on becoming a model for press freedom in the region. The Oromia Media Network used to broadcast from the United States, because it was banned in Ethiopia. With bold reform pledges - like the release of thousands of prisoners including journalists and dissidents. The TV station opened its studio in Addis Ababa last year. While its Managing Director Tolera Fikru welcomes the changes, he says there's still more to be done. Ethiopia ranks 150 out of 180 in the 2018 World Press Freedom Index. For the first time in 15 years, no journalists are being held in connection with their work. For many residents in the capital, being able to read a newspaper is now a welcome activity. A commission has been set up to review its Ethiopia’s media laws, and improve working conditions for journalists.

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