Archive of all feature articles published

Magazine on a major mission

Thai consumer magazine remains advertisement-free to maintain credibility

Support for Thaksin calls for an unstinting commitment

Pro-Thaksin Shinawatra radio stations face threat of closure in Thailand, but some academics say political avenues such as these should remain open

Bracing the media for battle

Thai journalists covering the violence in the southernmost provinces develop particular skills to properly report on the region

Fergusson College magazine hits a century

The 100th issue of a Pune, India university magazine reflects on the past, contrasts with the present

Broadcast blues on the way out

Local radio station in Nong Yasai district in central Thailand sets example for keeping content parochial and non-political

Helping visually-impaired find their voice on radio

Satish Navale traveled around India for over eight years, learning radio production and recording his experiences, to achieve his dream of working in radio despite being visually impaired

Not looking to regulate media

India's Information and Broadcasting Minister Ambika Soni talks about the ministry's responsibilities and plans to aid the media industry

This mag has preserved all letters to their editors

Editor of 78-year-old Urdu publication says letters to the editor are "part of a literary heritage"

Radio is a sound salvation

Marginalized Thai groups seek access to the public sphere through community radio because the mainstream media is concentrated in corporate hands

Little interest in reporting about the poor

Thai farmers' efforts to raise public awareness for land reforms have gone largely ignored by the media

Mojos, the 'F' word and the future of newspapers

Meidyatama Suryodiningrat discusses how the emergence of mobile journalists and free information on the Internet has changed journalism

A victim of breaking news?

Syed Irfan Ashraf shares his personal account of Musa Khankhel, the Geo TV journalist murdered last month in Pakistan's Swat valley

Showing Taiwan to the world

Formosa TV English news editor-in-chief writes series of one-hour documentaries on lesser-known stories about Taiwan

Media battle for hearts, minds

Critics call for new ways to address satellite-based, increasingly partisan, media outlets in Thailand

Reporters need better training

Thai reporters recount their uncertainty and lack of safety equipment while covering the increasingly violent PAD demonstrations

Much style, some content, no tough questions for Ma

President Ma talks about international issues with the foreign correspondents in Taiwan, evades discussing domestic concerns

Delivering news to India's Muslims

In a discussion with AsiaMedia, seven Urdu journalists talk about the state of their profession and the media in India

Once the TV industry king, KPS looks for new niche

Taiwan's first television production company considers ways to modernize development, production and distribution of its content

Blogging for a living

Ambitious and innovative bloggers earn decent living through blogging and offline work that stem from their blogs

No regrets

Wasan Paileeklee, veteran journalist and ousted MCOT president, reflects on the state of media in Thailand

Elizabeth Pisani: A raging dinosaur

Former Reuters foreign correspondent and author of a book on AIDS discusses Indonesia's recently passed pornography bill and AIDS prevention

Putting faces to web addresses

Indonesia's Pesta Blogger 2008 gathering emphasizes blogging communities

In the face of adversity

Kannika Thammakesorn, a pioneer in television newscasting, recalls her lowest moments in life in her book 'Ja Mued Keedan Kor Phan Dai'

Tina Talisa: Anchoring news makers

TV host and producer discusses experiences in and reflections on running political talk show

TV less alluring for viewers on this year's Ramadan

Indonesian viewers not interested in copious offering of Ramadan-themed soap operas

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