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[Thailand] SEAPA condemns NBTC order against VOICE TV

SEAPA found the NBTC decision deplorable given Thailand’s claim that it is moving toward normalcy and reconciliation. The NBTC’s suspension of VOICE TV is an extremely disproportionate response — an overkill shutting down the entire station and all its programming — to broadcast content that is well within the station’s prerogative.

WEEKLY MEDIA ROUNDUP (18 – 24 March 2017)

Some of the press freedom- and free expression-related events and issues you might have missed last week

WEEKLY MEDIA ROUNDUP (11 – 17 March 2017)

Some of the press freedom- and free expression-related events and issues you might have missed last week

[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

[Burma] Concern over continuing harassment of editor

  The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) expresses deep concern over the continuing threats against an editor in Myanmar, currently… Read More

[Philippines] Tabloid Columnist Gunned Down in Masbate

Two unidentified men on a motorcycle shot dead a columnist for Remate, Joaquin Briones, in Milagros, Masbate around 8 a.m. on March 13.

[Philippines] Tabloid columnist shot dead, 3rd journalist killed in Masbate

Joaquin Briones is the second journalist killed under the Duterte administration both of whom are from the Bicol Region.

WEEKLY MEDIA ROUNDUP (4 – 10 March 2017)

Some of the press freedom- and free expression-related events and issues you might have missed last week

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