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Journalism masters degree at ground zero of the new media wars

Journalism masters degree: This is a shout out to our current advertiser, the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong.

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Microblogs react to Fang Zhouzi’s violent ordeal

Fang Zhouzi (ζ–ΉθˆŸε­), the crusader against fraud in academia escaped being beaten up by gangsters yesterday. Today’s Dongguan Times reflects concern in the media world at yet another anonymous attack: the title reads “Who beat up Fang Zhouzi?”

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Veteran China journalist Paul Mooney

A chat about being a foreign journalist in China with Paul J. Mooney, who first came to Asia as a soldier in the Vietnam war, and has worked as a journalist in China since the 1980s. Filmed and edited by Eric Mu.

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China TV trade fairs and festivals

TV Trade Fairs & Festivals in 2009: an excerpt from CMMI’s China Media yearbook and directory.

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An interview with Scarlett Li

Shot by Eric Mu, this is an interview with Scarlett Li, former News Corp executive, founder of R2G and Rainbow Media, and organizer of the recent Chengdu Zebra Music Festival that raised money for quake victims.

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Breaking on Twitter: thugs harass and detain Deng Yujiao journalist

A Twitter development in the Deng Yujiao case.

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Blogger.com blocked, but not the Washington Post

Google’s blogging platform Blogger.com is blocked again in China.

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How to get around the financial news regulations

Another round in the decade long fight between Xinhua and the foreign financial news agencies.

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Media reform in China by the end of 2010, says GAPP

China Youth Daily: China’s government is determined to unstrap the state media from the government branches they have been affiliated with.

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Youku’s plans for 2009

An excerpt of an interview with Youku.com’s Victor Ku.

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