Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism (ACFJ)

Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism (ACFJ)
The Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University, also known as ACFJ, is dedicated to the promotion of excellence in journalism in Southeast Asia.Inaugurated in June 2000 with the help of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, ACFJ aims to foster a free, viable and responsible press that will nurture the public discourse essential to an informed practice of citizenship and democracy.Its three main priorities are: to promote excellence and professionalism in journalism, to ensure continuing professional growth of Southeast Asian journalists through training and education and to foster unity among Southeast Asian nations. Apart from offering onsite seminars and workshops, ACFJ also offers a master's degree in journalism, diploma courses in online and radio journalism, and short courses in investigative reporting, media and politics and similar topics. It is also set to launch a diploma course in photojournalism.
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Asia News Network (ANN)

Asia News Network (ANN)
ANN was founded in 1999 to bring together the editors of English-language dailies in Asia. ANN is a network of 23 leading national daily newspapers that print a total of 15 million copies each day and reach over 50 million readers daily.
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Borneo Bulletin

Borneo Bulletin
ANN member in Brunei
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China Daily

China Daily
ANN member in China and Hongkong
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The China Post

The China Post
ANN member in Chinese Taipeh (Taiwan)
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The Daily Star

The Daily Star
ANN member in Bangladesh
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Dawn

Dawn
ANN member in Pakistan
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Eleven Media Group

Eleven Media Group
ANN member in Myanmar
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GoGo Mongolia

GoGo Mongolia
ANN member in Mongolia
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The Island

The Island
ANN member in Sri Lanka
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The Jakarta Post

The Jakarta Post
ANN member in Indonesia
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The Kathmandu Post

The Kathmandu Post
ANN member in Nepal
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The Korea Herald

The Korea Herald
ANN member in South Korea
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Kuensel

Kuensel
ANN member in Bhutan
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The Nation

The Nation v_1
ANN member in Thailand
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The Philippine Daily Inquirer

The Philippine Daily Inquirer
ANN member in the Philippines
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The Phnom Penh Post

Phnom Penh Post
ANN member in Cambodia
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Rasmei Kampuchea

Rasmei Kampuchea
ANN member in Cambodia
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The Star

The Star
ANN member in Malaysia
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The Statesman

The Statesman
The Statesman is one of India's oldest English newspapers. It was founded in Kolkata in 1875 and is directly descended from The Friend of India (founded 1818). The Englishman (founded 1821) was merged with The Statesman in 1934. The Delhi edition of The Statesman began publication in 1931. The Statesman Weekly is a compendium of news and views from the Kolkata and Delhi editions. Printed on airmail paper, it is popular with readers outside India. The Statesman (average weekday circulation approximately 180,000) is a leading English newspaper in West Bengal. The Sunday Statesman has a circulation of 230,000. The Statesman is ANN member in India
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Sin Chew Daily

Sin Chew Daily
ANN member in Malaysia
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The Straits Times

The Straits Times
ANN member in Singapore
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Vientiane Times

The Vientiane Times
ANN member in Laos
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Viet Nam News

Viet Nam News
ANN member in Vietnam
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The Yomiuri Shimbun

The Yomiuri Shimbun
ANN member in Japan
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