Southeast Asian Media Struggle to be Free

Chongkittavron, Kavi
June 2002
Nieman Reports;Summer2002, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p59
Focuses on the struggle of the Southeast Asian media to achieve press freedom and discusses the need to improve the investigative skills of reporters. Impact of the 1997 economic crisis on the region's media; Description of Philippine media and journalism; Benefits of information technology to media in Thailand and Philippines.


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