Most Viewed, Emailed and Printed Stories by Year

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Title

Viewed

Emailed

Printed

1.

MALAYSIA: 3 jailed over Malaysian sex-scandal video

 104970

 

 6121

2.

FIJI: Minister files multi-million dollar lawsuit

 44924

 

 5679

3.

INDONESIA: Online porn law won't affect business, say Internet cafe owners

 39634

 

 3527

4.

The High Tide of the Korean Wave III: Why do Asian fans prefer Korean pop culture?

 36287

 

 4165

5.

Chinese democracy

 35149

 

 5116

6.

Sri Lanka's Presidential Election: Tamils explain why they will not vote

 34881

 

 5055

7.

NEW ZEALAND: Critical journalism award revamped

 34326

 

 5272

8.

SRI LANKA: Tsunami aid agreement faces mountain of opposition

 34093

 

 4680

9.

THAILAND: Sanook, eBay launch site

 30507

 

 3798

10.

SRI LANKA: Pro-LTTE newspaper distributor murdered

 28701

 

 5444

11.

TAIWAN: Virtual sex opens new, safe doors, says Shu-te Univeristy academics

 28006

 

 3619

12.

WORLD: E-health is C'wealth's new agenda

 27712

 

 3953

13.

SRI LANKA: New report on tsunami coverage criticizes local media

 27313

 

 4083

14.

QATAR: Al Jazeera slams new media rules

 25939

 

 3926

15.

SRI LANKA: Violence against Tamil journalists escalating

 25691

 

 4314

16.

FRANCE: Row over disbanding of journalists 'spy' unit

 25658

 

 3909

17.

SRI LANKA: Journalist Sivaram murder suspect arrested

 25354

 

 4420

18.

SRI LANKA: EU bans LTTE travel in member states

 25063

 

 4514

19.

SRI LANKA: Political party's newspaper distributor and member killed in separate attacks

 24993

 

 4327

20.

Who's calling who "uncivilized"?

 24817

 

 4996

21.

SRI LANKA: Group claims responsibility for Tamil journalist's murder, threatens peace activists

 24007

 

 4247

22.

Sri Lanka's Presidential Election: The irony of the LTTE boycott

 23958

 

 4314

23.

SRI LANKA: Major daily withholds information about Tamil journalist's killer

 23902

 

 4492

24.

SRI LANKA: Journalists seek trade union, reform for provincial news media

 23411

 

 4406

25.

SINGAPORE: New free-to-air TV channel solely for Indian-language programmes

 23185

 

 3651

26.

KOREA: Google launches Korean-style web search engine service

 22466

 

 3491

27.

The road to Mutur

 22334

 

 3868

28.

KOREA: YouTube's Korean site makes little impact

 22077

 

 3613

29.

Ignorance may not always be bliss

 21487

 

 3546

30.

PAKISTAN: China Mobile launches Zong

 21423

 

 3441

31.

WORLD: Muslims rely on foreign communications

 21273

 

 3754

32.

KOREA: YouTube opens Korean site with dim outlook

 21270

 

 3509

33.

Sri Lanka's Presidential Election: Hardliner Rajapakse wins

 21100

 

 3953

34.

KOREA: Samsung networks launches internet-based mobile phone

 20913

 

 3695

35.

BRITAIN: 'On the Internet, guard your personal space'

 20887

 

 3832

36.

WORLD: Newspapers surge ahead in Asia but slump in the West

 20802

 

 3796

37.

SINGAPORE: Straits Times journalists win big at SPH awards

 20605

 

 3553

38.

ASIA: High-speed superhighway sets the tone

 20535

 

 3642

39.

PAKISTAN: China Mobile competition to benefit cell phone users

 20503

 

 3438

40.

INDIA: Multi-billion dollar telecom deals

 20454

 

 3766

41.

FRANCE: RSF to mark March 12 as "Online Free Expression Day"

 20338

 

 3774

42.

The rise of Asian nations

 20283

 

 3671

43.

BANGLADESH: Submarine cable snapped in Egypt

 20280

 

 3582

44.

US: Shoe protest held near White House

 20222

 

 3700

45.

CHINA: Bloggers battle Western media over bias

 20013

 

 3566

46.

MALAYSIA: Malaysian election day

 19897

 

 3444

47.

MALAYSIA: Blogger Raja Petra charged with sedition

 19799

 

 3362

48.

The farce of media freedom in Pakistan

 19352

 

 4400

49.

Japanese Facebook takes Model T approach

 19200

 

 3568

50.

Covering Nepal's first election in nine years

 19192

 

 3531

51.

MALAYSIA: Takeover of newspaper not political, says Berjaya boss

 19080

 

 3428

52.

KOREA: SK Telecom launches internet shop

 18910

 

 3459

53.

CHINA: Tibet news censored

 18884

 

 3522

54.

A dream that won't go away

 18838

 

 3527

55.

CHINA: Spinning for sympathy

 18768

 

 3568

56.

PAKISTAN: Asma calls for independence of judiciary, media

 18726

 

 3467

57.

The irrepressible and intimate Mochtar Lubis

 18658

 

 3685

58.

KOREA: More autonomy for print media planned

 18455

 

 3455

59.

Once the TV industry king, KPS looks for new niche

 18416

 

 3421

60.

KOREA: LG Telecom launches open internet for mobiles

 18295

 

 3415

61.

KOREA: Herald Media chairman resigns

 18260

 

 3422

62.

Censoring Hong Kong's airwaves

 18203

 

 3532

63.

SINGAPORE: GV leaks e-mail contacts of 7,000 patrons

 18202

 

 3504

64.

When citizens turn on journalists

 18185

 

 3506

65.

INDIA: Threat to Modi on email?

 18007

 

 3459

66.

From Shar'ia to Shakira

 17964

 

 3611

67.

Between Nanjing and Chongqing

 17957

 

 3587

68.

MALAYSIA: Rocked by polls result?

 17932

 

 3363

69.

SINGAPORE: 4 films banned at movie festival

 17554

 

 3490

70.

MYANMAR: Government denies foreign journalists' entry

 17288

 

 2881

71.

China and the Hollywood Squares

 17236

 

 3656

72.

INDONESIA: Indonesian govt to block porn websites next month

 17096

 

 2987

73.

Is the "China model" the future?

 17001

 

 3756

74.

INDIA: MLA files complaint against TV channel

 16949

 

 3400

75.

SINGAPORE: Film's portrayal of Islam distorted, say Singaporeans

 16750

 

 3454

76.

KOREA: N. Korean media reports Namdaemun fire

 16741

 

 3387

77.

Swara Porong Radio becomes voice of mudflow victims

 16738

 

 3358

78.

A weak PM with strong ideas

 16736

 

 3464

79.

IRAQ: For Arabs, shoe is a dirty 4-letter word

 16726

 

 3523

80.

Where to go and stay in Asia

 16706

 

 3557

81.

Opposition overcomes media hurdles

 16581

 

 3531

82.

Look who wants to read your emails

 16559

 

 3415

83.

MALAYSIA: Tamil newspaper loses license

 16438

 

 3310

84.

Anomalies in Asia and America

 16371

 

 3564

85.

A world in need of humility

 16151

 

 3349

86.

A Thai take on Spitzer

 16132

 

 3448

87.

Suicide sites pose deadly problem

 15885

 

 3374

88.

A woman of history

 15785

 

 3346

89.

Radio stations stay on air

 15749

 

 3407

90.

Plenty of cases to explore

 15566

 

 3352

91.

Racy pictures stir up questions of legality

 14478

 

 3449

92.

Trouble in paradise

 14356

 

 3703

93.

Much style, some content, no tough questions for Ma

 14356

 

 3686

94.

PAKISTAN: PFUJ assails arrest of journalists

 14310

 

 3702

95.

KOREA: Yahoo, KTF partner for mobile RFID

 14121

 

 3340

96.

GERMANY: 'German media critical of US policies'

 14054

 

 3468

97.

Strait-talk from Bush Sr.

 14040

 

 3388

98.

All eyes on Tibet

 13905

 

 3553

99.

AsiaMedia writer wins South Asian Journalists Association award

 13723

 

 3698

100.

China versus CNN

 13705

 

 3356