March 6, 2014

About Our Networks

— “Sources are less willing to go on the record [now], fearing they could face consequences,” Planet Ivy interviews Radio Free Asia’s Shiny Li on the media environment in Hong Kong.

Citations of BBG Networks

— New York TimesLos Angeles TimesThe Telegraph, and other outlets cite Radio Free Asia reporting on the motives and possible plans of the Kunming attackers.

— CFR cites VOA piece about China’s strong business interests in Ukraine.

— techPresident cites RFE/RL reporting in piece on Yanukovych Leaks.

In the foreign-language press:

— Yonhap (South Korean news agency) cites RFA report that after Kim Jung-wook, a South Korean Baptist missionary held a press conference in Pyongyang on February 27, dozens of people supposedly involved in his smuggling have vanished, likely detained by authorities.

Of Interest

— RT anchor resigns on air.

— Al Jazeera journalists remain in jail in Egypt.

— Spies and shortwave.

— Cryptocat on iOS.

— Just move.

— New media laws in Burma.

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