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Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Ten

The mobile phone is predicted to be one of the main platforms for innovation in Asia in coming years, especially in China and India. Chapter Ten, the last chapter of “Asia’s Media Innovators Vol. 2.0” shows how that will digitalise the whole population in both these countries and create a wide range of new media innovations. more…

Stephen Quinn | November 12, 2010

Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Nine

Malaysia is well positioned to take full advantage of new technology such as iPad and the supporting software applications. Chapter Nine of "Asia's Media Innovators Vol. 2.0" describes the more important protagonists and how decisions made almost two decades ago are now showing significant returns. more…

Stephen Quinn, Kim Kierans | October 25, 2010

Pictures and Agenda

of 11 AEEF and World Editors Forum more…

Paul Linnarz | Event Reports | October 20, 2010

Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Eight

Phuket website continues journalism's noblest traditions

Old-fashioned, fearless and opinionated journalism: That's not really what you would expect from an online newspaper covering Thailand's major tourist destination Phuket. But that's exactly what the "Phuketwan" website is doing. And several international quotes testimony its credibility and show that old-school journalism can still be an innovation. more…

Alastair Carthew | October 11, 2010

Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Seven

Cambodia – a land of opportunity

When it comes to hopping onto the information highway, Cambodia is working hard to catch up to other ASEAN countries. In Cambodia, the percentage of Internet users in the past 10 years increased by 1,200 per cent to some 78,000 people or 0.5 per cent of the population. more…

Stephen Quinn, Kim Kierans | September 20, 2010