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25 October 2013

Master of Journalism Admissions

Application for 2016 entry will open in November About the Program Application Details International Student Body Internship Program FAQ What our graduates say Sophie Brown, MJ 2013 Independent multimedia journalist in Hong Kong “I joined the […]
25 October 2013

It’s Not Just About Gathering News Anymore: the Legal Complexities of the Digital Age

“We’ve been sued in Greece, Italy, France, and Zimbabwe, and we’ve been threatened in Pakistan and other countries,” said Gill Phillips, the director of editorial legal services at Britain’s the Guardian News and Media.
25 October 2013

Postgraduate Admissions

22 October 2013

The Two Sides of China (中國的AB面)

Public Lecture by Bai Yansong (白岩松), news commentator, anchor and journalist for China Central Television (CCTV).
15 October 2013

Online Business Site “Quartz” Pushing New Journalism Model

A new online business website, "Quartz," has entered into an innovative collaborative arrangement with the JMSC, opening up possibilities for students. The company has introduced a new journalism model targeting the "digitally native." Its content and design reflect a changing readership that wants shorter articles with graphics and longer analytical pieces. And its reporters are given freer rein, responsible for content, headlines, and graphics.
11 October 2013

JMSC Students Get Taste of War and Diplomacy

A veteran war reporter teaches an innovative course at the JMSC on what it's like to be a foreign correspondent.
9 October 2013

Strategy, not Force, Allows Singapore to Control the Media, Visiting JMSC Professor says

Visiting Singapore writer and academic tells a Foreign Correspondents' Club audience that arguments about Singapore's "good governance" are not sufficient to explain the ruling party's decades-long hold on power and its ability to suppress press freedoms. Rather, a combination of factors such as market forces and self-restraint, e.g., more use of civil law, have become the preferred tools to curtail media freedoms.