Recently, Zan Azlee was interviewed by Telum Media to talk about how Fat Bidin Media covered the change of government that happened in Malaysia in late February/early March 2020.
I spoke to a group of PR professionals about maximising social media to engage an audience. Here’s the video.
Journalist, writer, documentary filmmaker, lecturer and, apparently now social activist, Zan Azlee, uses logic and rationale to appeal to logical and rationale people who already support his ideas.
All it took was a FaceTime video… a simple FaceTime video!
A proposed amendment to the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 in Parliament that, if enacted, will restrict online freedom of expression if more than before.
The Internet has now become the mainstream media platform that is serving the mass audience. But what do the numbers really mean?
Would online news organisations in Malaysia be open and brave enough to experiment and try new models to ensure their own sustainability?
I was interviewed for a programme on BFM 89.9 recently about how technology has shaped my journalism practice and career. Go listen lah! I was interviewed along with Aidila Razak […]
The Fat Bidin Vlog Ep 17 – Talking tech at the ASEAN Youth Leadership New vlog episodes are out every Wednesdays! Subscribe to the Fat Bidin YouTube Channel.
The Fat Bidin Podcast (ON VIDEO!) Ep 71 – Idiots who don’t vaccinate their kids A group of idiot parents have decided not to vaccinate their children because there could […]
What’s with the eggs, Mr Minister? By Zan Azlee I have always found a majority of Malaysians as being apathetic in many things, and more specifically, regarding the conservation of […]