Seeing a gap in Southeast Asia, India’s The Ken plots a regional expansion with local teamsThey now have reporters across Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
Why Facebook supports Splice BetaBecause news is community.
How to ask for moneyFive ways to get this done right.
Traditional business models aren’t working out. Maybe membership is the answer.It isn't impossible to align user and business motivations.
So you’ve got a startup. What’s your business model?Figure out who you are, keep an open mind, and stay on your toes.
Journalists in Myanmar survived regime change. Now, they’re finding their feet as press freedom regresses.Even with Aung San Suu Kyi’s government in power, Myanmar newsrooms are facing threats of lawsuits and prosecutions.
So you want to launch a media startup. Here’s what you’ve got to think about.Know who you are and what you stand for.
The Internet makes things convenient. But don’t forget to keep your newsroom secure.There are plenty of tools out there, but a change in mindset may be your best bet
Innovation has a home in Chiang Mai. And that’s where we’re kicking off Splice Beta.Chiang Mai University's Science & Technology Park links industry and startups.
We need to get behind media entrepreneurship in Asia.The way forward for all of us is to work together.
If you’re an introvert attending a media festival for the first time, this is for you.Here’s how to make the most of Splice Beta.
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