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Convergence has become an accepted form of journalism at media organisations around the world. These organisations are adopting a range of business models to find ways to pay for these innovations. The main drivers behind this radical change in...
Dr Tupeni Baba's speech at the relaunch of Pacific Journalism Review, 3 October 2003. 
Awful as it is, this [film] will give you some idea of the shock and rage that convulsed Ireland over the brutal slaying of leading crime reporte Veronica Guerin, gunned down in a peaceful street outside Dublin for telling the truth about the sleazy...
'I really envied the papa'a.' I thought, "God, they can go out and get the story done and not have to be worried about being related to the story, and having to eat with the story, and go home with the story." 
French Polynesia's president Gaston Flosse has appealed against a decision by the territory's Administrative Tribunal in a bid to keep pro-independence journalists out of government press conferences. 
Too often reporters become captivated either to the logging company developers, or the non-government organisations campaigning for conservation. Whoever mounts the best public relations campaign for the moment gets the ear of the press. And too...
The PNG Government is trying to 'shoot the messenger'. The danger is that if the Government shoots the messenger today, who will bring them the message they are eagerly looking forward to receiving tomorrow?
What about the people on the streets and in the jungles? Maybe we should ask the famous Phantom to help us establish a jungle wire service. I'm willing to assist.
ON 3 May 1996, International Press Freedom Day, Reporters Sans Frontieres published its seventh Annual report on freedom of the press throughout the world, which gave an account of infringements of the right to be informed in 149 countries.
Commentary: Uni Tavur, the journalism training newspaper produced by the University of Papua New Guinea reporters and editors, celebrated its second decade of publishing in July 1994. The newspaper marked the occasion with a 20-page souvenir issue...

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