The Asia-Pacific Media Update for the first half of 2014, monitoring press freedom developments in the region, is coming up. Here's a preview of what to expect.
Is Nepal's contempt of court bill restricting its domestic media? Find out in our latest article on the Asia-Pacific Media Update.
Read our latest article on the Asia-Pacific Media Update about India's PM, Narendra Modi, and his use of social media to connect with the masses.
The Media Programme Asia’s mission is to strengthen the dialogue between media and politics, to monitor and highlight current media trends in the region through publications and events and to support the training of journalists towards a free, ethical and responsible press.
|Sep. 28 - Oct. 1
|Oct. 15 - 17
Asian and European Media in the Digital Age
|Nov. 22 - 24
The 1st Asian Investigative Journalism Conference
|Sep. 8 - 11
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Alliance of Asian Media Schools (AMS)
Analysing Press Freedom in Asia-Pacific
The Asia-Pacific Media Update is an online platform for the Asia-Pacific media landscape. It covers 33 countries from the region and analyses the latest developments and events surrounding press freedom and freedom of speech.
The Media Information Guide is the Media Programme’s first brochure to provide journalists and media professionals with an overview of interesting projects and information sources in Asia.
Two video stories by Rajneesh Bhandari, multimedia journalist and graduate of the Konrad Adenauer Center for Asian Journalism (ACFJ), have been featured on the New York Times website.
Media Programme Asia