Most Viewed, Emailed and Printed Stories by Year

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Rank

Title

Viewed

Emailed

Printed

1.

TAIWAN: Internet, text messaging luring girls to sex trade

 31034

 

 3277

2.

THAILAND: Thai flag at British porn website angers govt

 25130

 

 3463

3.

TAIWAN: AC Neilson's domination of TV ratings research ends

 20312

 

 4107

4.

JAPAN: Toyota recalls 'offensive' sports vehicle ads in China

 17506

 

 3755

5.

INDONESIA: Indonesia's TV stations struggle for survival

 16169

 

 3702

6.

TAIWAN: Online TV channel launched

 15539

 

 2664

7.

INDONESIA: 'Koran Tempo' found guilty of libel

 15423

 

 2872

8.

SINGAPORE: Channel i News is best in Asia

 15200

 

 2959

9.

THAILAND: Shin Corp sues media activist for political connection claim

 15165

 

 3491

10.

PAKISTAN: PTV criticized for not covering Senate

 14327

 

 3159

11.

Bush, the Texas Straight Shooter: Chen and Kim Feel the Sting

 14118

 

 4835

12.

Witch hunt on secret media funding

 13886

 

 4307

13.

NEPAL: Image Channel FM to broadcast radio programme

 13290

 

 2961

14.

PAKISTAN: Implementation of Freedom of Information Ord demanded

 13099

 

 2855

15.

Pan-blue media in a time warp

 13079

 

 4007

16.

MALAYSIA: Business Editor to take over as The Star chief

 12765

 

 3488

17.

BANGLADESH: Tributes paid to Ahmedul Kabir

 12750

 

 3369

18.

KOREA: Seoul opens wider to Japan pop culture

 12741

 

 2746

19.

THAILAND: Public access to low-cost broadband

 12677

 1

 3300

20.

BANGLADESH: Unfair treatment discourages women in journalism

 12624

 

 2892

21.

Happy News for the New Year

 12611

 

 6077

22.

Ill-planned campaigning a failure

 12609

 

 4047

23.

PAKISTAN: Schools supply pirated books at high prices

 12536

 

 3047

24.

IRAQ: US takes its fight to the airwaves with al-Iraqiya

 12474

 

 3691

25.

BANGLADESH: Daily Star joins Asia News Network

 12361

 

 3636

26.

KOREA: Herald Media celebrates 50 years

 12239

 

 3641

27.

THAILAND: Virgin radio aims for larger audience base

 12176

 

 2598

28.

India's Pseudo-Democracy

 12141

 

 2901

29.

ITALY: You won't see her in Italian TV ads

 12135

 

 2751

30.

BANGLADESH: Cable TV turns too taxing

 12034

 

 2589

31.

INDONESIA: Al-Zaytun critics file complaint against Intelligence chief

 11941

 

 2637

32.

INDIA: Modi's soap to vie with 'K' serials

 11580

 

 3448

33.

TAIWAN: TV station says China is foiling its Taiwan plans

 11449

 

 3064

34.

SINGAPORE: School papers to vie for best newspaper award

 11434

 

 3293

35.

TAIWAN: Alliance presses public to boycott 'Apple Daily'

 11412

 

 2639

36.

INDIA: No baby food ads from Jan 1

 11351

 1

 3199

37.

INDIA: Media awards to N Ram, TOI scribe

 11343

 

 3377

38.

SINGAPORE: ST Media Club students get to talk to Tharman

 11274

 

 3287

39.

TAIWAN: Magazine issues full-page apology to Nobel laureate

 11115

 

 3197

40.

INDONESIA: Bogus journalists demand bonus

 11092

 

 3330

41.

TAIWAN: Technology a boost to monitoring the media

 11077

 

 2615

42.

NEPAL: Nepalnews founder honoured by Asian ICT body

 11057

 

 2694

43.

INDONESIA: Aceh tabloid forced to close

 11013

 

 2682

44.

JAPAN: EU attack on press club rebuffed

 10761

 

 3686

45.

SINGAPORE: A peek behind news for ST Media Club

 10723

 

 2678

46.

NEPAL: Surf Net, TV channels via single cable line

 10690

 

 2530

47.

The Enigma of China's Economic "Miracle"

 10681

 

 2586

48.

US: Mistrust casts shadow on US' Arabic TV

 10661

 

 2702

49.

TAIWAN: Digital TV moves from the TV set to the notebook PC

 10658

 

 2864

50.

SINGAPORE: $1.5b in revenue lost to cable TV piracy in region

 10657

 

 2870

51.

INDONESIA: Kompas journalist Maria fights injustice

 10635

 

 2510

52.

SINGAPORE: MediaCorp CEO rules out merging with SPH or giving up Today

 10346

 

 2752

53.

INDONESIA: Factions debate need of information commission

 10341

 

 2805

54.

THAILAND: PM wants tighter curbs on internet

 10295

 

 2894

55.

NEPAL: Arts and media effective response to HIV/AIDS

 10180

 

 2777

56.

NEPAL: Radio Nepal asks Maoists to surrender

 10143

 

 2694

57.

A Little Steadiness at the Top

 10071

 

 3640

58.

BANGLADESH: Journalist beaten at Pirojpur

 10029

 

 2847

59.

JAPAN: TV stations seek world's tallest tower

 9944

 

 2760

60.

CHINA: Firms accused of aiding Chinese internet censorship

 9791

 

 2584

61.

TAIWAN: Persecuted journalist tells of conflict

 9635

 

 3269

62.

INDIA: Bhujbal quits after TV office attack

 9624

 

 2577

63.

INDIA: New TV channels to cash in on polls

 9519

 

 2569

64.

JAPAN: Magazine sold by homeless spreads

 9298

 

 2637

65.

What to Watch out for in 2004

 9281

 

 4340

66.

BANGLADESH: Bangladesh in WSIS: Lies and statistics

 9221

 

 2460

67.

JAPAN: U.K. journalists upbeat on economic outlook

 9189

 

 2409

68.

China Comes Calling on Washington

 9074

 

 4300

69.

The Man Who Made Malaysia

 9073

 

 2953

70.

THAILAND: Local agencies agree on new pitching fees

 9066

 

 2467

71.

FIJI: Fiji Islands and UK share film prize

 9050

 

 2640

72.

JAPAN: Takefuji chairman admits ordering phone tap, resigns

 9017

 

 2750

73.

INDONESIA: TV stations issue guidelines on ethics

 8995

 

 2447

74.

Media is critical to good governance in Bangladesh

 8980

 

 2525

75.

TAIWAN: Reports from US come under fire

 8902

 

 3406

76.

US: Murdoch's News Corp is cleared to acquire DirecTV

 8783

 

 2464

77.

TAIWAN: 'Beast Love' academic faces charge

 8775

 

 2789

78.

Another Excellent Adventure?

 8718

 

 3851

79.

KOREA: Hyundai, KCC wage propaganda war

 8697

 

 2825

80.

TAIWAN: Blue camp blasts DPP campaign ad's use of flag, anthem

 8609

 

 2412

81.

SINGAPORE: Study downside of media competition

 8600

 1

 2830

82.

PAKISTAN: Local TV licensing company critisized

 8526

 

 2671

83.

BANGLADESH: Jhalakathi journalists on the run

 8446

 

 2703

84.

BANGLADESH: Azadi editor passes away

 8421

 

 2398

85.

IVORY COAST: Soldiers commandeer TV station

 8390

 

 2629

86.

NEPAL: Scribe arrested, later released

 8346

 

 2924

87.

BANGLADESH: Hasina urges editors to launch pages for children

 8279

 

 2871

88.

US: Saddam upstages Jesus in Time

 8197

 

 2660

89.

PAKISTAN: Bail sought for French journalists detained in Pak

 8155

 

 2695

90.

BRITAIN: BBC bars reporters from writing current affairs columns

 8071

 

 2818

91.

RUSSIA: Book prompts angry reaction from Kremlin

 8012

 

 3011

92.

NEW ZEALAND: Holmes 'cheeky darkie' complaints dismissed

 7885

 

 3448

93.

NEPAL: Role of media in promotion of Nepali films mulled

 7863

 

 2493

94.

INDONESIA: Jakarta journalist wins Yap Thiam Hien award

 7726

 

 2956

95.

From Axis of Evil to Twin Dominoes

 7630

 

 4109

96.

The New Guy Bears Watching

 7555

 

 3774

97.

INDONESIA: New worries for Indonesia's free press

 7520

 

 3401

98.

JAPAN: TV Asahi chief contrite over report

 7441

 

 2815

99.

PAKISTAN: 72-hour PTV transmission planned for Saarc summit

 7430

 

 2349

100.

Is Iraq Another Vietnam?

 7372

 

 4191