PR Newswire’s Media Research Department makes thousands of updates to the database of journalists and bloggers that underpins our media targeting and distribution platform. Below is a sampling of recent media moves and news across Asia-Pacific from the research team.
Karen Ting has left as Editor-in-Chief
Venus Chan’s title has changed from Editorial Coordinator to Administration Manager
Mr.Aditia Maruli Radja joined as Chief Editor
Mr.Sharil Abdul Rahman left as Editor
Mr.Mathew Yap joined as Reporter
Mr.Nixon Ng joined as Reporter
Human Resources – Singapore
Ms. Akankasha Dewan left as Senior Journalist
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Compiled by Charmaine Chow, Media Research Manager at PR Newswire. For more media related news, follow us at @PRNA4media
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