Published: Jul 11, 2018
THAI JOURNALISTS need to improve their working standards and learn to respect professional ethics, media experts said yesterday after many outlets were criticised for their “unethical” news coverage of the Tham Luang rescue operation.
Published: May 11, 2018
THE THAI JOURNALISTS Association (TJA) and the Thai Broadcast Journalists Association (Thai BJA) yesterday called for the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) to review its recent order to suspend the broadcast of the red-shirt Peace TV.
Published: May 03, 2018
THE THAI Journalists Association (TJA) yesterday called on the ruling National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to revoke at least three of their absolute orders which have hindered freedom of the press and people’s liberties for almost four years since it came to power.
Published: Feb 19, 2018
The Thai Journalists Association is sticking to its position in refusing to disclose details about the recent scandal concerning sexual harassment allegedly committed by a senior media executive.
Published: Jan 30, 2018
A close relationship and trust in the workplace were the key factors that had led to “misunderstanding” and a “sexual harassment-prone situation”, the Thai Journalists Association has concluded in regard to a case of alleged sexual harassment at a media organisation.
Published: Jan 11, 2018
The Thai Journalists Association will hold a meeting to consider the findings of an investigation into alleged sexual harassment by a senior media figure before disclosing the facts to the public, said Poramet Lekpetch, the TJA president on Thursday.
Published: Aug 30, 2016
Journalistic ethics used to be simple. Though not necessarily easy to observe, the lines were clear. You couldn’t take gifts of any kind from current or potential sponsors. You mustn’t own their stocks or play golf with their executives. You needed corpor