Government Cracks Down on Media

Source: Australian Financial Review Rowan Callick, Asia-Pacific editor The Indonesian Parliament is set to clamp down on the explosion of… Read More

TV Station Defends Threatened Program

Source: The Jakarta Post Kurniawan Hari, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta JAKARTA — Although the final draft of the broadcasting law… Read More

Media Go Overboard on Buffer State Issues: Thaksin

Source: Bangkok Post Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra denies having mentioned the existence of buffer state policy along the border with… Read More

389 Journalists Killed Between 1992 and 2001, says CPJ

Source: Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) JOURNALISM’S TERRIBLE TOLL: CPJ releases new statistics 389 journalists killed between 1992 and 2001,… Read More

IPI Re-Affirms Countries on the Watch List

10 May 2002 Source: International Press Institute (IPI) At its meeting, held in Ljubljana, Slovenia on 9 May 2002, the… Read More

Press Hits Back at Thaksin’s Claim They Had Hidden Agenda in Attacking Him

Confederation of Thai Journalists (CTJ), a local media advocacy group comprising nine local media organizations today rebutted Prime Minister Thaksin… Read More

Amlo Scandal: Thaksingate?

Even before the dust had a chance to settle after the Defense Energy Department’s suspension of Nation Multimedia Group’s news… Read More

Academics join the fray

Source: Bangkok Post Three hundred and eighty-four academics opened another battlefront against Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra yesterday to win back… Read More