just like john cena you can't see press freedom in thailand Living TIT 

TIT – Bloggers and Social Media celebrities will soon have to wear badge

Thailand seems to be a huge professional wrestling fan as it gives the country’s press freedom the John Cena treatment. You can’t see it. As my-thai.org heard from reliable sources, Social Media users (bloggers, ‘net idols’) in Thailand who are not in possession of a journalism license, but insist on writing or broadcasting about political issues, will soon have to wear yellow badges on their arms in order to identify themselves to the public and government officers. This goes hand in hand with the introduced bill that will require journalists…

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Facbook launches Signal for Journalists to monitor FB & IG

Facebook, the world’s leading social network and Thailand’s leading ‘everything’ (that’s a personal perception) today announced the launch of Signal, a new free tool for journalists to keep track of activity on social networks Facebook and Instagram. Facebook launches Signal to help journalists monitor activity on Instagram and Facebook The official announcement reads: “Journalists interested in seeing what conversations are resonating on Facebook can monitor which topics are trending and then quickly display related content that has been shared publicly — unranked and in chronological order — from both people and Pages…

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Living Social Media 

Print Media and its survival in the Digital World

Come and gone is a normal flow for every business. But while the media business is a very competitive one, then what makes print media survive in the surrounding of digital alternatives? E-book, E-mail, E-newspaper, E-magazine, E-commerce, E-ticket Online.. All are gone online. All e-forms mentioned above are just the beginning of the “E-Age” and I guess many more are going to come into existence in 2015 and later on. Nowadays you can read on the phone, do business on screen (bye for now paper) and have conversations instead of writing…

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