A 50-Year Legacy: Remembering Tim Page
By Luke Hunt
Tim Page, a photographer and journalistic war horse who made his name covering the wars in Indochina, died this week at the age of 78.
Can Australian Media Find the Right Balance?
By Grant Wyeth
Media outlets can easily get drawn into a game of creating “false balance” between warring political tribes.
Australian Government, Media Companies Challenge Tech Giants Over Sharing Ad Revenue
By Joshua Mcdonald
As tech giants rose, newsrooms suffered.
South Korean Journalist Under Fire for Being 'Rude' to President Moon
By Tae-jun Kang
Is a journalist asking a president a serious question inappropriate?
What is the Future of the Media in Myanmar?
By Edward Parker
Myanmar’s media is making progress, “two steps forward, one step back.”
Why Bangladesh's Journalists Live in Fear
By Shakil Bin Mushtaq
A controversial section of the country's ICT Act has seen an increasing number of journalists arrested.
What If They Gave an ASEAN Summit and the Media Failed to Turn Up?
By Luke Hunt
Host nation Laos is doing its very best to make sure they don’t.
Faking News in India’s Unreal Times
By Krzysztof Iwanek
The fake news websites are a response to the absurdities of our times and a satire on media.
Bhutan's Struggling Media
By Vishal Arora
Despite high hopes, journalism in Bhutan has struggled during its democratic transition.
Chinese Censorship Inhibits Relations with Japan
By Justin McDonnell
A new Marxist program for Chinese journalists will damage perceptions of Japan in China.
China and the UK Trade Barbs Over Hong Kong Democracy
As things stand now, the question is not “if” but “how much” Beijing will involve itself in the 2017 elections.
Why is China Censoring the Global Times?
The state-run newspaper took down an article after it was reposted by a famous Weibo user.