Cambodia on Tuesday ordered journalists to stop reporting from blockaded coronavirus "red zones" and from chasing ambulances as the country battles against a record surge in infections.
China continues to exert influence on media and journalists in Southeast Asia, in a bid to reform its international image and catch up with its rival United States' soft power in the region.
Cambodia has descended into dictatorship in much the same manner that Ernest Hemingway described going bankrupt: gradually, and then suddenly.
Angkor Today Media chief claimed that Cambodia was selling China-aided vaccines at a high price.
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Concern over censorship as TikTok, WhatsApp, Telegram and Messenger are added to a watch list of social apps.
The Cambodian government has warned TikTok and other social media users to stop producing "immoral" content.
A Cambodian court convicted two rappers and sentenced them to up to a year and a half in prison on Tuesday on charges of incitement over their rhymes about social injustice and loss of sovereign territory.
Cambodia has warned that action may be taken against any media outlets publishing fake news that could cause widespread panic in the country.
The Khmer Times reckons it is the ruling party’s attack dog, but it lacks the teeth and intelligence for this task.
Press freedom in Cambodia has steadily declined over the last few years, with local journalists and international media groups targeted or shut down over alleged attempts to criticize the ruling party’s policies and corruption in the government.
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The conviction of a journalist who reported on comments that Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen made publicly about COVID-19 is a threat to all reporters covering the pandemic, local media groups say.
Journalist Sovann Rithy has been released from prison.
Prominent TV reporter Koy Piseth was attacked and killed while riding his motorbike.
The online journalist who was jailed for quoting Prime Minister Hun Sen accurately has today been released and handed a suspended sentence.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Court convicted online journalist Sovann Rithy on Monday morning and handed him an 18-month suspended sentence, nearly six months after he was arrested for reporting comments made by Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The jailed editor-in-chief of popular online news outlet TVFB was freed on Monday after being handed a suspended 18-month sentence.
The director of online news outlet TVFB was sentenced to 18 months in prison on October 5 after he reported on advice from Prime Minister Hun Sen to motorbike taxi drivers, telling them to sell their vehicles if the Covid-19 crisis is causing them financial distress.