Civil society groups launch election media monitors’ blog

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Three civil society groups have launched a citizens' intiative to monitor the media coverage of the general election camapaign and to straighten out any...

Unity and the media – Part 2

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Many media systems in this world - certainly those in oppressive regimes that thrive on disunity - have no real conception of what genuine...

When making a journalistic killing can be unethical

The media coverage of the Sosilawati murder reflects an inherently elitist approach to reporting: if human life is sacred, why shouldn’t the death of an...

Clear and present danger?

We should band together, certainly at the next general elections, based on a common desire to respect each other and to live together peacefully...

BN confesses: RTM “a govt dept”

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The Barisan Nasional government has surprisingly admitted that RTM is its mouthpiece! Whether he did this so inadvertently or after being flustered while searching...

What else does Utusan Malaysia want?

Aliran views with grave concern and consternation the bold banner headline that recently ‘graced’ the rabid Utusan Malaysia in an outrageous manner, screaming, ‘What...

“Feel good” factor gone: US only to blame?

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The Star saw a change at the helm in recent weeks. But are things changing so that the self-styled “people’s paper” will really live...

Malaysian government can’t stand free media: Seapa

A Malaysian news weekly has been suspended indefinitely by the Home Ministry, apparently for an article criticising overspending by the country’s 'first couple', says...

Batu Burok shooting: Head-hunting for a red herring

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Today's Star splashed a story about the head-hunting spree of both MCA and Umno of Terengganu. MCA Youth offered RM3,000 while Umno Youth came...

MCA reduces stake in Nanyang by half

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The mainstream press is abuzz, and rightly so, with the latest news of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), through its investment arm Huaren Holdings, selling...

Dailies peddling misleading half truths

Angeline Loh looks at how the media have covered Asahi Kosei's lawsuit against rights defender Charles Hector and discovers a distinct pro-business bias. ...

Online has most balanced GE13 coverage: Media watchdog

Actual data shows online media has most balanced coverage, contrary to pro-Opposition allegations, reports A Asohan. Actual data from a media monitoring initiative has proven...

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