The Philippines' Media Congress seeks to answer the industry’s need for "revolutionary ideas."
Hong Kong's global ranking drops to a five year low point.
Press freedom in Malaysia has dropped to a new low--ranking 145 out of 179 countries in the World Press Freedom Index.
Press freedom in Hong Kong worsened for the second consecutive year, according to media watchdog Reporters Without Borders.
Hong Kong journalists plan to publish a petition in five newspapers in protest of a proposed new law.
China, Singapore and Brazil are now the biggest consumers of digital media with the increasing numbers of mobile devices.
Burma (Myanmar) announced that it has dissolved its press censorship board.
Google has opened an office in the Philippine capital of Manila, a move to reach Southeast Asia, home to one of the world's fastest-growing communities of internet users.
A senior official in the Communist Party of China said social media is helping his country move towards greater press freedom.
Urban consumers in China, Brazil and Singapore are proving to be the world's most voracious users of digital media, according to a new global survey.