National Press Club of Malaysia president Datuk Ahirudin Attan, while lauding Australia’s bold move in getting tech companies to pay for content, says governments should join forces to make their voices heard.
Following the outbreak of Covid-19, the National Press Club of Malaysia started several initiatives to assist members of the Press through its Journalist Welfare Fund.
In a bid to assist the media fraternity combat Covid-19, the National Press Club of Malaysia (NPC) has initiated a fund-raiser through its Journalist Welfare Fund.
Fight For Change 2019 promises to entertain and hopes to create much needed awareness on the dire state of the media industry in the country, writes Twentytwo13 managing editor Pearl Lee.
A strong supporter of sports for youths, F&N Beverages Marketing Sdn Bhd sponsors drinks for Fight For Change 2019.
National Press Club of Malaysia president Datuk Ahirudin Attan says the club shares the Fight For Change 2019 message to try almost anything to champion welfare of media practitioners in Malaysia.
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Join Twentytwo13 and our partners – Malaysia Mixed Martial Arts Association and National Press Club of Malaysia – in Fight For Change 2019 on Nov 23, 2019 as we endeavour to change the way people, especially the young, view mixed martial arts, and fight to protect the welfare of journalists in Malaysia.
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