[Burma] A Profile on Myanmar Now Editor’s Battle Against the (Mis)Use of Telecom Law

In the beginning of 2017, there were already two cases filed under the infamous Telecommunications Law of Myanmar. One of… Read More

[Timor Leste] Free but poor: Challenges to the media in covering the 2017 elections

  As Timor-Leste conducts its fourth regular national elections beginning Monday, March 20 the country’s free but resource-poor media is… Read More


สื่อมวลชนรู้กันดีว่าการกำกับดูแลกันเองของสือมีปัญหา คุมจริยธรรมกันเองไม่ได้ ทำให้สังคมไม่เชือถือ เรื่องนี้ไม่ได้เกิดขึ้นแต่เฉพาะในประเทศไทยเท่านั้น แต่เป็นปัญหาทั่วโลก ถ้าเช่นนั้นแล้ว จะทำอย่างไรเพื่อปรับปรุงกลไกการกำกับดูแลสื่อ ที่ไม่ให้รัฐและทุนเข้าแทรกแซง

[Burma] Interview: Culture and Independence in Myanmar’s Newsrooms yet to Improve

Wai Mar Theint is the secretary of the Myanmar Journalist Network (MJN), which was established to defend media rights. She… Read More

[Burma] Interview: Women Journalists Deserve Equal Respect and Protection

Esther Htusan, who was born and raised in Kachin State, is a correspondent for the Associate Press (AP) since 2013.… Read More

[Burma] Interview: Access to news sources has not changed

With conflicts escalating in Myanmar’s Kachin, Karen, Shan and Rakhine States, journalists’ access to those areas for reporting remained unsafe… Read More

[Burma] Interview: The Current State of Myanmar Media

Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) talked with Ye Naing Moe, the director of Yangon Journalism School (YJS) about independent media… Read More

[Burma] Interview: Ethnic media share stories from the ground

During the two-day media development conference, the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) met with Khun Yar Zar, founder and editor… Read More