Our stories on media transformation in Asia
How TNN covers the tribal regions of Pakistan with one foot in radio, and the other on digital platformsIt all started with an idea for a dial-for-news phone number.
Building a newsroom dedicated to diversityAt Khabar Lahariya, women from remote villages of north India are trained to be professional journalists and produce local news in their languages.
This 25-year-old podcaster is Myanmar’s leading voice for gender equalityNandar is trying to build a movement through her two podcasts.
To crack India’s diverse and massive local news markets, Lokal started asking users what they actually wantedAs it turns out, it’s not just news.
What’s the value of news to the platforms?Australia’s reckoning with Facebook and Google over news is setting the industry up for more turmoil.
Emergency funding for Covid-affected newsroomsThis is what some donors and media support organizations are doing to help.
How Romania’s Decât o Revistã is doubling down on its community during CovidAs physical events take a hit, DOR is investing in its community.
How freelancers are making the most of the pandemic in AsiaA crisis is too important to waste.
How Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University teaches students to transform newsroomsGetting prototyping skills into journalism curriculum.
The Splice Lights On survey shows that over 40% of media orgs expect to start cutting jobs in the next 12 months.Newsrooms need access to funds if we're going to avoid a mass layoff of journalists.
Frontier Myanmar on knowing your audienceWhat we learned from Frontier about memberships.
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