The death of 39 people whose bodies were found in the back of a lorry in Essex, Britain, last week was shocking. No matter which country these people are from, the way they were crammed into a refrigerated container to be smuggled into the UK was horrendous.
Media is called to provide input on proposed amendments of the Press Law.
Media associations are called to evaluate the Kingdom’s media freedom.
MMedia plays a critical role in multiplying the effects and shaping public opinion. Sometimes media has been politically manipulated to serve selfish national interest or to create external threat perception, some cases are exaggerated.
Media firms are racing to set up television production centres in Madrid.
Following its electoral victory in 2018, the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition has promised to break away from the past and adopt a different approach.
The Royal Government Spokesperson Unit to hold weekly briefings with the media.
Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on the media to step up the fight against fake news.
No alcohol ads during Visak Bochea Day in May and Meak Bochea Day in February.
Apple Inc is expected to finally lift the curtain soon on a secretive, years-long effort to build a television.
Schibsted’s online classified ads business is expected to grow revenues.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday instructed his subordinates to immediately respond to any media criticisms made without having to wait for an order.
The National Social Security Fund on Saturday released a statement denying online media claims that a provincial hospital discriminated against a card member who sought treatment recently.
Facebook to invest 300 million US dollars over three years to support local news.
Two local media organisations are demanding an apology from the leader of the Khmer Rise Party over criticism made during a meet between journalists and Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday.
The Prime Minister rejected the Information Ministry’s plan to create more digital television channels.
Hundreds of journalists will today attend an annual solidarity dinner with Prime Minister Hun Sen in a move to boost relations between the government and media.
With concerns rising over fake news, media specialists say journalists have a vital role to play in curbing the spread of false information.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry denies The Cambodia Daily accusation.
Foreign Affairs Ministry has denied the accusation by The Cambodia Daily that the government closed its operation and bank account due to its criticism of the government.
The intention to stir sensitivity and inflammation is beyond doubt. The article went so far as to drag Vietnam and Thailand into an alleged geopolitical conspiracy, lacking the least respect for historical sensitivity shared by these countries.
Russian news agency and radio Sputnik to hold a multimedia workshop.
Photographs cultivate different kinds of emotion and imagination. One simple photo can bring one back to a forgotten memory, to a distant era, to a future yet to be seen or to the present reality. What is caught in the camera lens may come with a plethora of meanings.
With main focus on women and children’s rights, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) held an open discussion between members of the media and UNFPA in Bangkok, Thailand on October 29 and 30.
Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation is seeking Cambodian media collaboration.
A code of conduct for media reporting on drug addicts.
Pogba’s strained relationship with media is due to “unfair criticism”, says Deschamps.
Supreme Court rejected a bid by two former RFA reporters to have their initial detention deemed illegal due to it exceeding the 48-hour threshold.
The 9th Mongolia-China Media Forum will be held on Sep. 6-7 in southern Mongolia.
Chinese state media lambaste US President Donald Trump’s trade policies.