Between 20th and 21st July, I observed and monitored as many local news organisations as I could to see how they covered the 1MDB controversy.
We talk about about three topics; the British TV show Downtown Abbey, the hyper minimalist movement and the hot news of the week (ie: OSTRICHES!).
I was more than happy when Canon wanted to feature me as one of a few photojournalists they were highlighting.
I was on the same talkshow with Sharvin Jeyendran, a 14 year old kid who has an IQ higher than Stephen Hawking!
Often, I’m asked by my non-journalist friends what it’s like to practice journalism in Malaysia. Well, I’d usually say it is great and that it isn’t different than any other place. I don’t know who I’m kidding.
Would online news organisations in Malaysia be open and brave enough to experiment and try new models to ensure their own sustainability?
The media has a right not to be objective By Zan Azlee I HAVE never been a believer of the existence of totally objective journalism or the media. In theory, […]
Amir Hafizi from The Malaysian Reserve wrote a nice review of my latest book ‘Guide to Indie Filmmaking‘. You can click on the image above or HERE to read it. […]
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 […]