2 April 2014

Asia Lacks an Effective Investigative Journalism Network, Expert Says

While investigative reporting has exploded around much of the world in recent years, Asia still lacks networks of investigative journalists and nonprofit groups to support them. This was the view of David Kaplan, Executive Director of the Global Investigative Journalists Network, during a talk at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre on March 28.
26 March 2014

JMSC Alum Publishes New Book on King Arthur’s Legends

Many good journalists end up being novelists or non-fiction writers, but few would be brave enough to write a book about a character from the legend of King Arthur. But one of JMSC’s own has done just that.
26 March 2014

JMSC Undergraduates Cover China’s Top Political Meetings

Four Bachelor of Journalism students from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre got a rare chance earlier this month when they covered meetings of China’s highest organs of state power.
14 March 2014

JMSC Professor and Filmmaker Featured in SCMP Profile

Trailblazers in Habits, a documentary film about an American order of nuns, continues to make waves in Hong Kong and abroad. Its director and producer, JMSC's Nancy Tong, was recently profiled in the South China Morning Post.
7 March 2014

Support JMSC Students and Win Prizes for Yourself and the Centre

Two JMSC Bachelor students are competing in Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow competition aimed at creating technology to help the environment. Your vote will support the students and the JMSC. Deadline is March 17.
4 March 2014

JMSC Students Learn Their Trade in Internships Across the Region

Over the winter break, 40 graduate students from the Journalism and Media Studies Center participated in internships that immersed them in the day-to-day work of practicing journalists. Their experience included writing spot reports, drafting feature stories, and producing television and radio news for a variety of media outlets across the Asia region.
25 February 2014

Journalism jobs abound for those prepared, says new JMSC advisor

For journalism students worried about finding jobs in a changing media environment after graduation, the words of William Chang should bring some comfort. There are lots of opportunities out there for today’s journalism students, especially […]
21 February 2014

In the New Media Good Journalism and Experts Will Be in Demand

Today’s new generation of journalists is entering a media environment where “everything is possible, up for grabs, and nothing is certain.” But the new media will also require more trusted journalists with expertise.