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Opening to advertising could damage community radio in Thailand

25 November 2004Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) (SEAPA/IFEX) – Thai media reformers are wary of a government agency’s offer… Read More

IFEX – News from the international freedom of expression community

14 September 2004Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) Media ban at People’s Forum “bodes ill” for Asia-Europe meeting in Hanoi,… Read More

Membership selection process for independent broadcast regulator criticised

20 September 2004Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA), Bangkok ALERT – THAILAND (SEAPA/IFEX) – Thai independent media advocates have decried… Read More

Historic Burmese-language telecast into Burma to be launched by DVB on May 28

25 May 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance A free and independent Burmese-language TV service–a first in history–starts broadcasting into Burma… Read More

SEAPA deeply concerned over Thaksin ally’s buy into Bangkok Post, Matichon

14 September 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The Southeast Asian Press Alliance is deeply concerned by a Thai media… Read More

SEAPA deeply concerned over Thaksin ally’s buy into Bangkok Post, Matichon

14 September 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The Southeast Asian Press Alliance is deeply concerned by a Thai media… Read More

Thai civil society urged to unite against cross-media takeover bid

15 September 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) On 15 September, civil right and media freedom groups, academic and media… Read More

Senate’s appointment of questionable regulators could further stall broadcast reform in Thailand

30 September 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) Senate’s appointment of long-awaited National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) could create another legal… Read More