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Media Q&A

  • Media Q&A: Mashable Asia

    I recently sat down with Victoria Ho, Asia Editor at Mashable, to get her thoughts on how social media has changed the Singapore media landscape and the debate between print and digital media. Founded in 2005, Mashable is a popular digital media company focusing on technology, social media and viral content, as well as news and developments around the world. Launched in September last year, Mashable Asia has 45 million unique visitors per month and 3,394 social followers on Twitter and Facebook. Based in Singapore, Ho leads the editorial direction at…

    Media Q&A March 21, 2016
  • Media Q&A – PanaJournal, Indonesia

    Media Q&A is a series of interviews with media insiders about big shifts that currently reshaping their industry, so that PR and marketing people can better understand and engage them. Her stint in the local edition of Fortune magazine earned her the 2011 Anugerah Adiwarta, one the prestigious journalism award in Indonesia. But when she isn’t drafting articles, Andina Dwifatma devotes her times to looking closely at today’s ever-changing media landscape. She’s passionately curious about the powerful force of new media which disrupting journalism. In fact, she cofounded PanaJournal last…

    Media Q&A October 21, 2015
  • Media Q&A – SWA Media Inc., Indonesia

      Media Q&A is a series of interviews with media insiders about big shifts that currently reshaping their industry, so that PR and marketing people can better understand and engage them. SWA (pronounced “swah”, not S-W-A) Media Inc. started out with a business magazine, SWASEMBADA—literally means “self-supporting”—which was first published in 1985. At that time, the Indonesian government initiated an economic program to curb imports by increasing domestic production. Since then, SWA—its present and shortened name—has been considered as the country’s largest business magazine with over 200,000 readers, according to…

    Media Q&A October 6, 2015