7 November 2018

Journalist’s expulsion casts shadow on Hong Kong’s future

26 October 2018

Call for applicants to the 2018 Institute for News Literacy Fellows in Asia

The Journalism and Media Studies Centre is co-organising the Institute for News Literacy Fellows in Asia again this year in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Hosted by the Faculty of Journalism and Communication at the […]
14 October 2018

Keith Richburg on RTHK’s The Pulse to discuss press freedom in Hong Kong

Keith Richburg was a guest on RTHK’s The Pulse, hosted by Steve Vines, along with Chris Yeung, chairperson of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, for a discussion about press freedom. The episode was broadcast on 13 […]
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.
26 September 2013

Singapore Journalist and Academic Teaching at JMSC

One of the main tasks for journalists has been always to make sense of the complex changes occurring in the world, and the need for journalists to continue to play this role will not change. This is the view of Dr. Cherian George, a Singaporean writer and academic who is currently a visiting professor at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre.
4 December 2012

Dec 7: Talk – What Leadership Changes in China mean for Media

Doug Young, a journalism professor at Fudan University, will deliver a talk at the JMSC about the recent leadership changes in China on Friday, December 7, 2012. Seven of the nine members of the Politburo […]