Inside out and outside in criticisms on Thai PBS for change towards Thailand's public goods.
Media Inside Out held discussions with Thai PBS' concerned parties to reflect on the past and look into future of Thailand’s public TV channel.
Views on Thai media roles of two ex-political detainees during 1976 October 6 massacre and 2014 Coup.
Tips on dealing with heartrending images by a senior reporter and TJA president at a talked inspired by lifeless Syrian refugee toddler Aylan Kurdi’s images.
In the 3rd, the last one, of her paper, Ubonrat discusses the Thai style freedom of expression.
In this part of the paper, Ubonrat Siriyuvasak continues to discuss about the advocate and opponent of media reform - the anti-Thaksin media, and Network of pro-reform media.
Ubonrat Siriyuvasak discusses the conflict in the media reform process during 1997-2008 to map out how the objective of media reform has been thwarted away from democratization.
Five veteran journalists from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand discuss the state of press freedom in their respective countries and the challenges that they face.
The pro-amendment content use straight language and reasoning in their attempt to convince readers. Newspaper content that are opposed to the amendment are framed in dramatic narrative, openly attacking the government in the front page news headline, satirical language and labeling are used in the editorial and opinion column.