Events - Media Programme Asia
Mobile Journalism Conference Asia 2019
This conference brings Asian journalists and media professionals together to exchange their experiences in smartphone video storytelling and production.
True Story Award Ceremony
It is the first global journalism award ceremony. We are looking forward to many breath taking stories and the people that are behind the reports.
Global Investigative Journalism Conference 2019
For the first time Germany is hosting the one and only Global Investigative Journalism Conference that brings together journalists around the world. Be part of the four day event that allows you to dive into data mining, mobile journalism, social media protection, tips and tricks on online research and many more topics.
Adenauer Alumni Treffen 2018
Jedes Jahr kommen die neu aufgenommenen Stipendiaten und Alt-Stipendiaten für ein zwei-tägiges Treffen zusammen.
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.
Asia News Network begrüßt Phnom Penh Post
Führende englisch-sprachige Tageszeitung Kambodschas 23. Mitglied
Kambodschas führende englisch-sprachige Tageszeitung, die Phnom Penh Post, ist dem von der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) geförderten Asia News Network (ANN) beigetreten. Die Geschäftsführer von ANN, Pana Janviroj, und Alex Odom (Phnom Penh Post) unterschrieben am Donnerstag einen entsprechenden Vertrag. Der Leiter des KAS Medienprogramms Asien, Torben Stephan, bestätigte die Vereinbarung mit seiner Unterschrift.
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).
350 journalists from all over the world meet in India
After two years, the International Media Conference was hosted again by the KAS Media Programme Asia in cooperation with the East-West Center (EWC). Journalists from more than 40 nations visited the biennially conference, this year in India under the slogan “South Asia Looking East”.
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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