Auckland Political Journalism Conference and David Robie's book "Don't Spoil My Beautiful Face"

NZ: Live streaming links for Asia-Pacific political journalism conference


Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Item: 9065
AUCKLAND (Pacific Media Watch): Asylum seekers in the Pacific, media freedom issues, post-elections Fiji, climate change, the climate of impunity in the Philippines and investigative documentaries in Timor-Leste, Australia and New Zealand are among the wide-ranging topics featured at a three-day political journalism in the Asia-Pacific conference opening tomorrow.
The conference is marking 20 years of publishing the research journal Pacific Journalism Review.
Walter Fraser, head of Pacific Advancement at AUT University, will open the conference on Thursday morning and Vice-Chancellor, Derek McCormack, will make a presentation of a mega cartoon to the editorial team on Friday, 5-6pm, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the journal.
Fifteen journalists are covering the conference, including from Antara News Agency in Indonesia and the Bangkok bureau of TV Asahi of Japan.
Here are the livestreaming links:

Thursday, 27 November: 8.45am-10.45am:
Conference opening, video premiere of The Life of Pacific Journalism Review, Philippines and the Ampatuan massacre, media freedom issues in the Pacific and Fiji.

First Link:
http://ondemand.aut.ac.nz/Mediasite/Play/290c73f94e9b41acb015ac2578cbe12f1d

Second Link (Back up link, in case if the first link fails):
http://ondemand.aut.ac.nz/Mediasite/Play/dd7806b0002a443b87e2cb143fab7c551d

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Friday, 28 November: 8.45am-10.45am: 
Republika editor Ricardo Morris, a keynote speaker on Fiji, followed by Shailendra Singh (Fiji) and Nickek Chesterfield (West Papua).

First Link:
http://ondemand.aut.ac.nz/Mediasite/Play/e44bb0e8f8a44d86b45a4623446920121d

Second Link (This is a back up link, in case if the first link fails):
http://ondemand.aut.ac.nz/Mediasite/Play/a93f89f5435c4ae89dd831e7eaf63df11d

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Friday, 28 November: 6-8pm:
Film maker Max Stahl on "anti -news" in Timor-Leste

First Link:
http://ondemand.aut.ac.nz/Mediasite/Play/635c0508828f4d0baa4e6bccae27118f1d

Second Link (This is a back up link, in case if the first link fails):
http://ondemand.aut.ac.nz/Mediasite/Play/3d35675084a44ccb87a1529d6a252ded1d


Asia-Pacific political journalism conference



http://pacific.scoop.co.nz/2014/11/live-streaming-links-for-asia-pacific-political-journalism-conference/
http://www.pmc.aut.ac.nz/articles/pacific-journalism-review-2014-conference-draft-programme




DON’T SPOIL MY BEAUTIFUL FACE: MEDIA, MAYHEM AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE PACIFIC

$40.00

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Don’t Spoil My Beautiful Face: Media, Mayhem and Human Rights in the Pacific
 
Format: paperback, 362pp, illustrated. Index.

Date: 24 April 2014: ISBN 978-1877-484-25-4
Publisher: Little Island Press
Foreword by Kalafi Moala

“This is an extraordinary ‘secret history’ of a vast region of the world of which David Robie has been a rare expert witness. What makes this epic work so timely is that it allows us to understand the Asia-Pacific at a time of renewed Cold War ambitions and dangers.” – Investigative journalist John Pilger
Professor David Robie, an independent journalist, media campaigner and educator from AUT University’s Pacific Media Centre, distils his lessons from 35 years or working in the Asia-Pacific region. Covering environmental challenges, coups, the nuclear-free and independent Pacific movement and civil rights – as well as many barriers journalists face in the Pacific – his book, Don’t Spoil My Beautiful Face, reveals many of the hidden stories from these island nations.
http://www.pmc.aut.ac.nz/publications/dont-spoil-my-beautiful-face-media-mayhem-and-human-rights-pacific

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