The Ministry of Information agrees to reopen the office of Voice of America.
No alcohol ads during Visak Bochea Day in May and Meak Bochea Day in February.
The gov’t will begin to take action against fake news on websites and social media.
Khmer Times Group celebrated its 4th anniversary on Saturday at the Himawari Hotel Apartments in Phnom Penh.
The Ministry of Information issues a statement denying a report which said that press freedom in the country collapsed.
The two journalists detained in Myanmar are remanded for a further two weeks.
Unions and media associations express their support for the Ministry of Information’s closure of 330 inactive local newspapers.
Nearly 300 local newspapers within 500 others in Cambodia are facing closure next year due to inactivity in publishing.
Some news media outlets face the loss of their accreditation by the General Department of Information and Broadcasting in 2018.
The first Library Festival in Cambodia is being organised by the National Library of Cambodia, will include the 6th Cambodia Book Fair 2017 on Dec 8th.
Code of conduct released at a Ministry of Information and Ministry of Women’s Affairs sets out 15 guidelines on violence against women.
The Ministry of Information issues a directive to media outlets, cease running advertisements for alcohol lucky draws.
The Ministry of Information closes down multiple radio stations that have been renting airtime to the opposition CNRP.
Khieu Kanharith says Radio Free Asia and Voice of America do not need to pay tax.
Voice of America and Radio Free Asia are the latest media outlets to come under government scrutiny over licences and tax.
The order follows a suggestion sent by the Labour Ministry last month.