AAJA-Asia members not only live-tweeted the conference in Seoul over the weekend, some were speakers and many more participated in the discussions — and trekked up to the 38th parallel to the DMZ. We all had our cameras on hand too. Here’s some of what AAJA-Asia president Ken Moritsugu and vice president Ramy Inocencio captured: […]
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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.
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