When it comes to Malaysian media, we’re in a ‘new normal’

By Peter Thamel Malaysia’s biggest daily newspaper is under fire after it emerged it had paid a former employee more than $50,000 to cover its coverage of the Malaysian opposition.The paper’s chairman, Wan Kiew Yee, and a former assistant general editor, T.K. Kuk, were convicted in a criminal trial last month of bribing a Malaysian opposition journalist, Mok Poh Chong, […]

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How to get more readers by being a blank newspaper

The Irish are the only country in the world to not have an article of incorporation.The constitution gives the country the right to a blank paper and has only a few exceptions.The article of the constitution states that it shall not be printed in the newspaper unless the owner has specified in writing, and the owner’s signature, that he is […]

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