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Another feather in the cap for R.AGE

BERLIN: It was a proud moment for the young journalists of R.AGE as the team was given yet another global prize.

Dream team: Yee and R.AGE journalist Samantha Chow posing with their World Digital Media Award trophy in front of the iconic Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany.

The Star still going strong at 46

PETALING JAYA: Star Media Group is in an exciting phase, pushing forward on all its digital platforms as it celebrates its 46th anniversary.

We strive to be the best: (Top) The Star Media Group management and long-serving employees at the company’s anniversary celebration at Menara Star in Petaling Jaya. (Bottom) The Star Online’s new-look, content-rich and easily navigated homepage.
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Renewed digital drive as The Star marks its 46th year

PETALING JAYA: With an average of 7.5 million unique visitors to The Star Online every month, the Star Media Group is determined to stay in pole position as the biggest and most authoritative news portal in the country, while efforts are ongoing to push its digital agenda.

(From left) Wong, Fu and The Star's editor-in-chief Datuk Leanne Goh.
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James Foley’s death a reminder on importance of journalist safety

PETALING JAYA: Aug 19 is the three-year anniversary of the death of US journalist James Foley, whose beheading at the hands of the Islamic State (IS) militants became a turning point in how the media industry ensures the safety of conflict journalists.

Family photo of James Foley and his mother Diane. - Picture supplied by  Diane Foley

A newspaper in the dock on Press Freedom Day

THE police came in the early hours. Everyone was asleep. It was twilight...

Prominent figure: Can Dundar is the former editor-in-chief of ‘Cumhuriyet’, Turkey’s oldest and most prestigious newspaper.

When fiction’s sold as fact

It’s not just up to the government, media and tech companies to stomp out fake news. Individuals must stop sharing misinformation and disinformation.

Singapore aims to tackle fake news

SINGAPORE: New legislation to tackle fake news is likely to be introduced next year, said Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam.

Colours of the rainbow nation

It’s a land of contrasts, with stunning scenery, an economic recession and a high crime rate.

No warning from WHO on ‘virus contaminated’ dates

PETALING JAYA: No warning had been issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) or any middle eastern country on dates from Middle East being contaminated by coronavirus from bats, said the Health Ministry.

‘Google and FB must be socially responsible’

PETALING JAYA: Cyberspace giants such as Facebook and Google cannot just shrug off responsibility when gruesome, gory and graphic content is making its rounds on their electronic platforms, said media experts.

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