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Images from "Walk for Respect" Earned Pinoy Journalist Award

Posted: 2014-10-16
TFA Editor-Publisher Romy Cayabyab wins Photographer of the Year in New South Wales for his work narrating a march to protest the Federal government's proposal to amend a section of Australia's anti-discrimination law. 

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Filipino American Journalists Receives Plaridel Awards

Posted: 2014-10-16
Several Filipino American journalists received awards for Excellence in Filipino American Journalism in San Francisco, California. 

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Vietnam: Satire Website Acquired by 24h

Posted: 2014-10-11
Online advertising company - 24h - acquires popular satire page Haivl.com.

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Indonesia: First Media to Sell Shares

Posted: 2014-10-11
PT First Media  plans to sell at least 11 percent of shares in its internet service provider, LIink Net Tbk. The proceeds will be used to pay debt and strengthen internal cash and capital.  

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S. Korea Charges Japanese Journalist

Posted: 2014-10-09
In the latest spat to divide the two countries, South Korean prosecutors charged a former Seoul bureau chief of the Japanese newspaper, Sankei Shimbun, with defaming its president. Japan has summoned a S. Korean diplomat to protest the charges against the Japanese journalist, Tatsuya Kato. 

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Bloomberg Media Group Chairman to Oversee Radio Free Asia

Posted: 2014-09-25
Andy Lack was named the first CEO of the Broadcasting Board of Governors, overseeing Radio Free Asia and other nonprofit news corporations such as Middle East Broadcasting Networks and Voice of America. 

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Journalist's Blog Brought Charges Against Former Top Chinese Official for Corruption

Posted: 2014-09-25
A former top Chinese official went to trial after a journalist accused him of taking in millions of renminbi in bribes on the microblogging site, Sina Weibo. 

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Thai Reporter: Royal Thai Navy Trying to Intimidate Me

Posted: 2014-09-25
A Thai journalist said the Royal Thai Navy is restricting her right to work as a reporter, after she and her colleague were banned from the Navy base. Chutima Sidasathian and her editor, Alan Morison, are both facing criminal defamation charges brought on by the Navy.

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Hong Kong Media Giant Visited Anti-corruption Agency

Posted: 2014-09-20
Jimmy Lai, owner of media company, Next Media, visited the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) following a recent raid on his home. Lai's company publishes popular Hong Kong newspaper, Apple Daily. 

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No photographs? Taiwanese Journalists Walkout

Posted: 2014-09-20
K-pop trio JYJ were stunned when they were left with nearly an empty room at their news conferece. Apparently no photos of the trio were allowed and prompted about 50 journalists to walkout. 

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