Although the youth these days are digital natives, they are still perceived as unaware and ignorant when it comes to news and current affairs. Is this true?
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 Podcast (On Video!) Ep 73 – Obama is in Malaysia… again! So President Barrack Obama is in Malaysia again. What is he trying to do? Get Prime […]
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We can’t afford fast Internet, duh! By Zan Azlee Malaysia has never run dry of politicians who say the darndest things. And this is even more so in recent times […]
I was featured on a radio documentary by BFM 89.9 entitled ‘Is TV News Dying?‘ last weekend. And it’s now available online as a podcast. So go listen to my […]
Here’s an interesting story! Juan Torre was a photojournalist at a newspaper when he was hit with Behcet’s Syndrom and went blind. But he refused to give up on his […]