Venezuela's news media has been squeezed by President Nicolás Maduro's authoritarianism and the country's ongoing economic crisis.
But Venezuela is not Cuba or North Korea. There are still a number of independent and critical journalists trying to cover news - though their job is far from easy.
On this edition of Global Journalist, we’ll hear more about the struggles of journalists in the country - and what Venezuela's declining media freedom means for its governance.
Joining the program:
Assistant producers: Laura Miserez, Arianna Suardi
Supervising producer: Trevor Hook
Visual editor: Kyle McCubbin