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Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Six

Twittering the news in Australia

The micro-blogging service Twitter has attracted global attention because of its rapid growth. As of August 2010 Twitter had 124 million users world-wide. If it were a country it would be the eight largest in the world by population. more…

Stephen Quinn, Kim Kierans | September 9, 2010

Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Five

Singapore’s razor-sharp Internet television network

A razor is sharp and has a definite edge. The same can be said for RazorTV, the Internet-based television service that Press Holdings (SPH) launched in 2008. more…

Stephen Quinn, Kim Kierans | August 16, 2010

Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Four

Blogging as an alternative media in Vietnam

Social networking and social media, especially blogs, have blossomed in Vietnam in the past few years. The country has many famous bloggers but some remain anonymous; they fear their opinions will result in jail or reprisal from authorities. more…

Stephen Quinn, Kim Kierans | July 23, 2010

Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Three

Citizen-aided news in the Philippines

On June 30, 2010 Benigno Aquino III was sworn in as new president of the Philippines. A unique part of the election was the spread of new forms of citizen participation in the news making process that this chapter will discuss. more…

Stephen Quinn, Kim Kierans | June 30, 2010

Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 - Chapter Two

Asia's mobile phone innovations

Mobile media is booming in Asia. Chapter Two of the new Asia's Media Innovators Vol 2.0 looks at some of the more interesting innovations, and gives an overview of the mobile phone penetration in the Asia region. more…

Stephen Quinn | May 11, 2010