It’s election season again! Now is the time for you to step up and help lead our chapter of 200-strong members into an amazing 2015. We have these positions coming open, which will begin Jan. 1, 2015, and last for a term of two years: President, AAJA-Asia Vice President, Japan Vice President, China Vice President, Singapore – […]
AAJA-Asia is excited to announce the AAJA-Asia Professional Development Travel Stipend program for chapter members, designed to reward promising and active members who might lack the financial ability to pursue their professional development aims. This pilot program will grant US$350 to a chapter member to help with travel costs to the 4th annual regional New.Now.Next Media Conference […]
TIME Asia is now accepting applications for its Fall 2013 internship program, which will run from Sept. 2 through early January 2014. The application deadline is July 10, 2013. Location: Hong Kong Work Schedule: Full Time Requirements: 1. Internship experience and/or bylined clips from a major Englishlanguage news organization 2. Demonstrated interest in Asia and/or […]
Gay Star News, which bills itself as the world’s leading, rolling LGBT news website, is seeking a freelance journalist in Asia within an hour or two of the Hong Kong time zone. The position offers competitive rates and is part-time, and with weekend shifts. We need an experienced/qualified news journalist with a passion for gay […]
By AAJA-Asia student member Teppei Kasai in Tokyo The three-day New.Now.Next Media Conference at The University of Hong Kong was an enriching experience, especially for a Japanese university student like myself. With panels including investigative reporting in China, data journalism and reporting on North Korea, the conference offered a wide variety of topics that were […]
The Journalism & Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong has uploaded high-quality videos of the 2012 AAJA-JMSC Media Conference. Coverage by student journalists is available here. #AAJA12 tweets from the conference are archived here. All photos are posted here.
WANTED: Student journalists to cover the AAJA-JMSC Media Conference on May 11 and 12 at HKU. We need photographers, videographers, bloggers, and Tweeters to cover the various panels and the event. Benefits A chance to work with professional journalists Work to add to your work portfolio, especially when it comes to social media Conference admission will […]