The Internet is going to require new legal approaches to media law, because the old approaches, rooted in traditional law, are being made obsolete by the digital age, a legal expert predicted at a recent conference at The University of Hong Kong.
Ying Chan, the founder and director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre, has won the 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award of the Asian-American Journalists Association. The award honors an Asian-American or Pacific Islander “who has demonstrated courage and commitment to the principles of journalism over the course of a life’s work.”
The Journalism and Media Studies Centre will test a pilot version of a new online training course, “Behavioral Change Communication During Outbreak Response,” on Friday, June 28. The course, which will be the culmination of […]
Become a News Literacy Fellow this summer at the University of Hong Kong! Help pioneer a new course for university students on how to evaluate information coming from the news media! Work and study with […]
Registration is now open for the Communicating Infectious Diseases Conference, sponsored by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre. The conference, which marks the tenth anniversary of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) pandemic, will take […]
The Maryknoll Mission sisters, an order established in early 20th century America, have travelled to exotic locations and have often been at the centre of important geopolitical events. A documentary about the order, Trailblazers in […]
Registration is now open for the third annual New Media Conference hosted by the JMSC and the Asia chapter of the Asian-American Journalists Association in Hong Kong. This year’s conference, entitled New.Now.Next (N3), will take place at […]
The global search for the next director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC) has been reopened by The University of Hong Kong. Heidrick and Struggles, an international executive search firm, has been hired […]