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Responses to issues in Asian Journalism Education

The future of advanced training for journalists in Asia was subject of this workshop in August. New learning methods as well as the content of potential training courses were focal points during this debate.


6th Annual Forum of Emerging Leaders in Asian Journalism

This year’s “6th Forum of Emerging Leaders in Asian Journalism” took place in Beijing, China. The discussion focused on the increasing importance of social media and micro blogs and their impact on the traditional media sphere.


Enhancing the ACFJ Network

ACFJ-Alumni create "Society of Asian Journalists" (SAJ). The new body is going to be registered in the Philippines. Members are the Alumni of the "Konrad Adenauer Center for Journalism" (ACFJ) at the University Ateneo de Manila.


ANN Board Meeting 2011

Vorstandssitzung des Asia News Network (ANN)

The Members of the Asia News Network (ANN) meet for their annual conference to discuss future developments of the network. The conference is organised in cooperation with the local ANN member 'The Jakarta Post'.


Political Polls: Critical To The Political Process”

Meinungsumfragen als Bestandteil des politischen Prozesses

Political polling is an ongoing critical part of the politicalprocess in a democracy. Top pollsters will debate and examine various aspects of polling: its impact on society, and the politicalestablishment as well as its influence on voters.


Leadership Principles and Skills in Asian Newsrooms

This workshop will reflect on leadership, and its contextual and cultural dimensions.It furthermore aims to develop a framework of leadership that is applicable to the participants' common work and engagements.

Book presentation

Book Launch "Social Media and Politics"

In cooperation withWee Kim Wee Centre, Lee Kong Chian School of Business at Singapore Management University (SMU)


Journalism and Development ”Facing New Challenges”

Journalisten Seminar

The conference will bring together non-governmental organizations’ representatives, PR officers and journalists.


11th Asian-European Editors' Forum

in conjunction with World Editors Forum 2010

The Asian-European Editors' Forum is an established platform for discussions amongst leading Asian and European journalists.


Online Journalism: Chances and Challenges

Over the last few years, social media, blogs andonline newspapers vastly increased the numberof competitors reaching given audiences.

Splice Beta Online 2020

Amidst the numerous disruptions to the media industry, we brought together the movers and players who are riding atop the wave of disruption.

Mobile Journalism Conference Asia 2020

The future of mojo is in Asia!

More than 750 people from over 63 countries have joined the world’s first virtual mobile journalism conference. The Mobile Journalism (MOJO) Conference Asia 2020 pivoted from a planned physical event to the online environment due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It combined live and online sessions, webinars and master classes, co-created with MOJO experts from worldwide.

Mobile Journalism Conference Asia 2019

This was the first ever Mobile Journalism Conference in Asia - a great event to network and learn from like-minded journalists. Over 250 reporters and academics from 31 countries came together in Bangkok, Thailand to exchange their ideas and skills on mobile reporting.

JONAlists support the Uncovering Asia Newsroom

This report presents the experiences of the JONAcademy Fellows at the Uncovering Asia 2018 Conference in Seoul, Korea.

Media Programme publishes Mobile Journalism Manual

Multimedia journalists from all over Asia have produced a manual about mobile journalism. The online publication offers insights into this new storytelling method, explaining how reporters and newsrooms can produce good video reports by just using their phone.

News Planning in Digital Newsrooms

ANN’s Lessons From Previous Collaboration Efforts and Steps Moving Forward

16 editors of the Asia News Network (ANN) – longstanding partner of the KAS Media Programme Asia – gathered in Singapore to discuss future ideas to ensure a smoother collaboration process. They were joined by Michael Ludewig, Managing Editor of the Swiss Blick Group, who provided an outsider’s perspective through his workshop.

Asia’s Investigative Journalists meet in Nepal

Walter „Robby“ Robinson was the star of Uncovering Asia, the largest conference for investigative journalism in Asia. 370 journalists from 50 countries travelled to Kathmandu to attend the event and every single one wanted a selfie with the 70-year-old. The conference is hosted biennially by the KAS Media Programme Asia in cooperation with the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN).

Political strategists meet for the E-lection Bridge in Colombo

Social Media is growing very important for election campaigns in Asia and the Pacific, while populists increasingly take influence. This is the result of the E-lection Bridge Asia-Pacific in 2016 in Colombo, Sri Lanka, where we held a three-day roundtable. We invited electoral campaign managers and strategists from twelve countries in the Asian and Pacific region.

A brainstorming session amongst editors from Europe and Asia

Editors from Asia and Europe were invited to meet in Mongolia to discuss methods on improving connectivity and open communication between the two continents. Prior to this meeting, two journalists’ workshops were conducted in Brussels and Guangzhou, during the months of January and May, respectively.

Digital change: Asia News Network meets german and swiss publishing houses

The digital change is picking up speed in Asia. Especially newspaper publishers are forced to restructure their newsrooms and develop new business models. At the invitation of the KAS Media Programme Asia, a group of members of the Asia News Net-work (ANN) visited German and Swiss publishing houses to discuss opportunities and risks of the digital change for the media industry.

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