Most Viewed, Emailed and Printed Stories by Year

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Title

Viewed

Emailed

Printed

1.

HONG KONG: Ad for HK porn actors gets brief airing at job fair

 42149

 

 3400

2.

MALAYSIA: Media reports on Noritta's sex life upset Malaysians

 32348

 

 5482

3.

The Tiananmen Square massacre myth

 31218

 

 2153

4.

Is HERO a Paean to Authoritarianism?

 31189

 1

 4350

5.

KOREA: Kim's execution video banned

 29910

 

 4729

6.

New Research on the Nanjing Incident

 27276

 3

 5429

7.

INDIA: Court raps media for video photos of actress kissing

 25411

 

 4691

8.

JAPAN: Ministry to broaden spectrum user fees

 25395

 

 3897

9.

SRI LANKA: Death toll nears 25,000 but relief efforts hampered by destroyed roads and looters

 25255

 

 4853

10.

Making Sense of China's New Media Environment

 23591

 

 6161

11.

MALAYSIA: Blogger rapped for posting insult to Islam

 22481

 

 4360

12.

MALAYSIA: Chinese press 'can fight anti-Islam bias'

 21834

 

 4115

13.

SINGAPORE: TV news presenter Cheryl Fox cleared of drug taking

 21566

 

 2917

14.

SINGAPORE: Celebrity couples get separated

 21454

 

 5368

15.

TAIWAN: FTV kicks off new English-language news program

 21234

 

 4489

16.

US: Now, watch desi TV in America

 20765

 

 2994

17.

NEPAL: International media accused of exaggerating the blockade news

 20555

 

 3874

18.

SINGAPORE: 'Substantial change' to Channel U's offerings next year

 20161

 

 5699

19.

MALAYSIA: Tycoons' firms battle for lucrative pay-TV market

 20147

 1

 3614

20.

INDIA: Is it OK if India says yes to pornography?

 19247

 

 4401

21.

US: American TV pushes nudity off the schedule

 19179

 

 3240

22.

WORLD: In time of disaster, bloggers make their mark

 19147

 

 4116

23.

INDIA: Tata stars in Murdoch's DTH

 18700

 10

 4636

24.

TAIWAN: Pan-blue poster likens Chen to bin Laden, Saddam

 18685

 

 4482

25.

MALAYSIA: SMS warnings not to use Penang Bridge

 18478

 

 4415

26.

MALAYSIA: Sharifah Aini sues reporter for defamation

 18380

 

 3723

27.

SINGAPORE: New film makes fun of Singapore censors

 17849

 

 3802

28.

SINGAPORE: SPH Chinese newspaper stalwart retires

 17844

 

 5088

29.

BANGLADESH: Citibank-Prothom Alo joint campaign for Biswa Sahitya Kendra programme

 17731

 2

 4076

30.

MALAYSIA: Stop exploiting sex for news, media told

 17530

 

 4260

31.

KOREA: Herald to manage English village

 17516

 

 3855

32.

KOREA: Roh slammed for website's soft-porn parody

 17325

 

 3162

33.

KOREA: Korean Internet population reaches 30 mil.

 17202

 

 3842

34.

CHINA: Mobile game service released with blockbuster movie

 17129

 

 2856

35.

MALAYSIA: Religion a hot topic for papers

 16603

 

 3261

36.

WORLD: Beheading a tool for propaganda

 16403

 

 4011

37.

BANGLADESH: No more pvt TV, radio channels before passage of new law

 16351

 

 3393

38.

TAIWAN: Hu sued over 'repulsive' bin Laden advertisement

 16140

 

 4458

39.

TAIWAN: Jason Hu let 'terror' poster stay in circulation

 16082

 

 3906

40.

THAILAND: MP, Matichon editor get libel convictions

 15960

 

 4079

41.

BANGLADESH: Daily Star, Prothom Alo editors get bail

 15906

 

 3147

42.

INDIA: High Court seeks reply on 'adult' TV shows

 15690

 

 2551

43.

KOREA: Seoul's English-language magazines struggle to survive

 15576

 

 3800

44.

Changing the Subject: The "Invisible" Control Mechanism in Chinese Media

 15556

 

 3029

45.

INDONESIA: Government opens Aceh to foreign journalists, aid workers

 15420

 

 4098

46.

THAILAND: Thaksin regime 'undemocratic'

 15344

 

 3743

47.

TAIWAN: Newspaper cuts sexual content

 15177

 

 3411

48.

WORLD: UN hosts debate on how to govern the 'digital divide'

 15103

 

 3070

49.

TAIWAN: President Chen Shui-bian and Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu Shot While Campaigning

 15095

 

 3865

50.

TAIWAN: Talk show hosts help make or break campaign

 15041

 

 3711

51.

JAPAN: NHK, TV broadcasters to block digital copying

 14990

 

 3331

52.

IRAQ: Online support grows for Iraq's 'prince of cutthroats'

 14908

 

 3377

53.

PAKISTAN: Media's role in social change discussed

 14901

 

 2405

54.

CHINA: China to fund digital TV rollout

 14876

 

 3736

55.

US: Video too gruesome for many news networks

 14728

 

 3227

56.

Thailand's Troubled Border: Islamic Insurgency or Criminal Playground?

 14719

 

 3260

57.

INDIA: Shrinks advise quake survivors against watching tsunami on TV

 14617

 

 3890

58.

WORLD: Newspapers 'still the ad medium of choice'

 14592

 

 3890

59.

MALAYSIA: All steamed up over Malaysia Voyeur TV

 14589

 

 2664

60.

PAPUA: Journalist Mark Worth's sudden death shocks

 14548

 

 2987

61.

INDONESIA: Press freedom eroding in Indonesia, says Reporters sans Frontier

 14546

 

 3520

62.

TAIWAN: Premier concerned over TVBS plan to broadcast exit polls

 14518

 

 3724

63.

TAIWAN: Replica guns, bayonets give military a real headache

 14392

 

 2986

64.

CANADA: Vancouver's Chinese making news headlines

 14156

 

 2895

65.

Taking Soundings throughout the Asia-Pacific: The Retiring Commander Offers Parting Views

 13962

 

 4224

66.

BANGLADESH: More private television channels to go on air

 13925

 

 3583

67.

BANGLADESH: Bangladesh finally logs on to submarine cable

 13824

 

 3362

68.

Chen Shui-bian After the Election: Lame Duck or Phoenix?

 13813

 

 2978

69.

CHINA: Beijing struggles to make a polyglot nation conform

 13739

 

 3880

70.

TAIWAN: Chen declared winner despite protests

 13704

 

 3856

71.

HOLLAND: Muslims to block Dutch film sequel

 13673

 

 3384

72.

NEPAL: Highest no. of journos arrested in Nepal last year says RSF

 13670

 

 4294

73.

INDONESIA: Former newspaper boss gets nine months for defamation

 13667

 

 3765

74.

The Upsetting but Powerful Logic Behind an Outbreak of War Over Taiwan

 13659

 

 4750

75.

HAITI: Private radio stations in Haiti warily reopening

 13654

 

 3334

76.

New World-Order Paradigm: The Best of the West Agrees Itís Moving East

 13595

 

 2756

77.

INDONESIA: Western press creates Islam's stigma

 13534

 

 3999

78.

MIDDLE EAST: Aljazeera TV takes pride in impartial reporting

 13391

 

 3252

79.

IRAQ: Iraqi clerics laud Japan's role in reconstruction

 13340

 

 2680

80.

THAILAND: UBC to resume televising Channel 11/1

 13335

 

 3399

81.

US: TV-style ads go on the Web

 13281

 

 3241

82.

HOLLAND: Dutch rethink free speech as ethnic tension grows

 13267

 

 3696

83.

China's Islamic Awakening

 13224

 4

 2709

84.

INDONESIA: Kiss of death may be on the lips for stations

 13086

 

 3448

85.

THAILAND: Press Council urges reform of libel laws

 13003

 

 3404

86.

Taiwan's Democratic Taunts

 12989

 

 4079

87.

INDONESIA: Private TV stations flout standards, says Indonesian Broadcasting Commission

 12924

 

 3531

88.

THAILAND: Govt 'new enemy' of press freedom

 12891

 

 3793

89.

MALAYSIA: BBC news report 'biased'

 12856

 

 3272

90.

TAIWAN: KMT pulls out Hitler ad attacking Chen

 12822

 

 3676

91.

WORLD: Website postings give away terror activities

 12696

 

 3442

92.

FRANCE: Paris Metro bans ad that features panty-sniffing man

 12655

 

 2817

93.

In response to our critics

 12646

 

 4855

94.

NEPAL: Nepal is one of the most dangerous places for journalists says IFJ

 12625

 

 3480

95.

TAIWAN: KMT's Hu denies leaning toward pan-green camp

 12597

 

 3476

96.

NEPAL: Maoists ban news reporting in Rukkum

 12591

 

 3204

97.

THAILAND: Call to destroy 'jihad manuals'

 12532

 

 3453

98.

BANGLADESH: BNP resents BTV news coverage

 12523

 

 3320

99.

Image and Reality in Iraq: The Asian Stake and the Negroponte Mistake

 12423

 

 3952

100.

AFGHANISTAN: Woman's TV appearance divides Afghans

 12420

 1

 2595