On The Listening Post this week: How are new media outlets severe Hong Kong’s investiture media? Plus, a infinite stories of a Amazon.
Hong Kong: Upstart outlets vs bequest media
Hong Kong’s choosing final week saw a record audience of voters. We demeanour during how a new era of reporters are severe an establishment media increasingly shabby by Beijing and formulating new open forums for immature politicians to make their mark.
Talking us by a story: Kris Cheng, editorial director, Hong Kong Free Press; Yuen-Ying Chan, executive and professor, HKU Journalism and Media Studies Centre; Robert Chow, HKG Pao; Wai-wa Yau, handling editor, Post 852.
On a radar:
- Police raid a offices of one of a Maldives’ heading news websites after a promote of an Al Jazeera documentary accusing a boss of corruption.
- The people of Gabon are vital in a news and information opening following a doubtful presidential election.
- A Ukrainian radio channel is pounded and blockaded by protesters who credit it of portion pro-Russian interests.
- Fox News is indicted of hacking a phone annals of a contributor during media watchdog, Media Matters.
Untold stories: Covering a Brazilian Amazon
We transport to a Brazilian Amazon to take a closer demeanour during a stories a country’s mainstream media omit and speak to a local journalists about a hurdles they face. The Listening Post’s Paolo Ganino reports from Manaus.
Source: Al Jazeera