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As the first week of deliberation in a high-profile corruption trial concludes, the position of local journalists covering the case has been exposed as precarious. 

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A journalist in northern India has been jailed for criticizing the government. The organization “Reporters Without Borders” calls it a “shocking warning for the entire journalistic profession.”


Gun Violence in Hawaii; Over-Fished Reefs; Service-Based Journalism

The Conversation: Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

Apr 6, 2016
Tina Yuen

Global Media Ethics; HTY's Latest Production; Property Taxes and Home Values in Hawaii

Global Media Ethics: Carol Burnett Lecturer, Stephen Ward

Is It Final Deadline for Kapi‘o News?

May 1, 2014
Molly Solomon
Molly Solomon

This week the Kapi‘o News will publish its final issue as a student-run publication. Last month, the Kapiolani Community College’s newspaper announced on Facebook that the school’s administration would be moving in a new direction. HPR’s Molly Solomon visited the Honolulu campus and has this report. 

Flickr / chrisUK
Flickr / chrisUK

School’s been back in session around the islands since August. But in China, hundreds of thousands of JOURNALISTS are about to go through some further educational training…whether they want to or not. HPR’s Bill Dorman explains in today’s Asia Minute.