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Myanmar Mobile App: Are you on Fyre?

Posted: 2014-11-07
Digital startup NEX is developing a mobile app called "Fyre" -- venturing into Myanmar's untapped mobile and digital development market.

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Indonesia: Journalist Accused of Killing a Man and Reporting it

Posted: 2014-11-07
A crime reporter is becoming the center of the story after he and two others were arrested in connection with a death he reported on.

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Myanmar Journalist Killed in Custody

Posted: 2014-11-07
Par Gyi was killed in army custody. His death reported 20 days later, prompting Myanmar activists to demand a probe into the circumstances leading to the former democracy activist's demise. 

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Dangerous Reporting. 2nd Journalist Killed While Covering Illegal Timber in 2 Years

Posted: 2014-11-07
Taing Try, 48, was shot dead after investigating illegal logging in Cambodia, making him the second journalist to be killed in two years after probing into Cambodia's lucrative illegal timber trade. Three suspected Cambodian illegal log traders are charged with his murder.  

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Starcom Wins Media Planning and Buying Account from Retail Giant H&M in Taiwan

Posted: 2014-11-07
Starcom MediaVest Group gained a major account with popular Swedish-clothing retail company H&M ahead of its plans to open its doors in Taiwan in 2015. 

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Jakarta's Biggest Stock Sale in 2014

Posted: 2014-10-31
In the past year, the biggest stock sale could happen as CVC and First Media plan to sell up to $668 million in shares in broadband provider PT Link Net Tbk. 

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Two French Journalists Face Trial in Indonesia

Posted: 2014-10-31

Two French journalists accused of abusing their visa entries are facing trial. The journalists were in West Papua filming a documentary for Arte TV.

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#IsThisSeditious - Malay Journalists Voice Concerns

Posted: 2014-10-22
Calling sedition laws in Malaysia "out-dated" and "stifling," organizers of the Regional Conference on Media and Internet Freedom 2014 wants the current Sedition Act repealed.

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Move Over Cannes, A New Film Fest Is Here

Posted: 2014-10-22
Introducing the first-ever Singapore Media Festival (SMF) this December, celebrating Asia's best talent and content. 

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Too Tight. Is Singapore's Government Restricting Online Media?

Posted: 2014-10-22
Singapore's government ordered two prominent online news websites to obey licensing rules under the Broadcasting Act of 2013 that gives authorities power to remove any content the government deems a violation of "the public interest," or simply if they think it's in bad taste. 

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