Media of Burma
The print, broadcast and online media of Burma (also known as Myanmar) has undergone strict censorship and regulation since the 1962 Burmese coup d'état. The constitution provides for freedom of speec...
List of newspapers in Burma
This is a list of newspapers in Burma.
TV Myanmar
Television broadcasting in Burma began in 1979 as a test trial in Yangon. Regular television service was first formally launched in 1981.Most television channels in the country are broadcast from Yang...
Internet in Burma
The Internet in Burma (also known as Myanmar) has been available since 2000 when the first Internet connections were established. Beginning in September 2011, the historically pervasive levels of Inte...
MRTV-4
Myanmar Radio and Television 4, known as MRTV-4, is a Burmese state-owned television station and satellite television. It consists of 16 local channels and 154 foreign channels.
The channel was la...
Burma Economic Watch
Burma Economic Watch is a periodial produced by the Macquarie University of Sydney, Australia. It aims to provide reliable and current data, analysis and commentary on the economy of Burma. Given that...
The Irrawaddy
The Irrawaddy (Burmese: ဧရာဝတီ; MLCTS: ei: ra wa. ti) is a news magazine and online news website published by the Irrawaddy Publishing Group (IPG), founded in 1992 by Burmese exiles living in Thailand...
The Irrawaddy - Wikipedia
Win Tin
Win Tin (Burmese: ဝင်းတင်, [wɪ́ɴ tɪ̀ɴ], 12 March 1930 – 21 April 2014) was a Burmese journalist, politician and political prisoner. He co-founded the National League for Democracy (NLD). He was im...
Win Tin - Wikipedia
Kyipwayay
Kyipwayay (Burmese: ကြီးပွားရေး, [tɕí bwá jé], lit. "Growth") was a pre-World War II Burmese language monthly magazine, closely identified with the Khit-San Sarpay movement, the first modern liter...
Kyipwayay - Wikipedia
Television in Burma
Television broadcasting in Burma began in 1979 as a test trial in Yangon. Regular television service was first formally launched in 1981.Most television channels in the country are broadcast from Yang...
Myanmar News Agency
The Myanmar News Agency (Burmese: မြန်မာသတင်းဌာန; abbreviated MNA) is the official state news agency of the Myanmar government, based in Yangon, Burma. It was established in 1963 after the 1962 Bu...
Mizzima News
Mizzima News (Burmese: မဇ္ဈိမသတင်း) is a Burmese multimedia news organization. It was established in August 1998 by a group of Burmese journalists in exile. The International Press Institute award...
Ohn Myint
Thakin Ohn Myint (Burmese: သခင် အုန်းမြင့်) was a notable Burmese journalist, best known for his political involvement in British Burma. In 1933, he joined the Dobama Asiayone, an indigenous anti-...
Censorship in Burma
Censorship in Burma (also called Myanmar) results from government policies in controlling and regulating certain information, particularly on religious, ethnic, political, and moral grounds.Freedom of...
Censorship in Burma - Wikipedia
San San Nweh
San San Nweh (Burmese: စန်းစန်းနွယ်, [sáɴ sáɴ nwɛ̀]; or San San Nwe) is a noted Burmese writer and journalist. She was jailed for nearly seven years (1994–2001) by the Burmese military junta for h...
Ganda Lawka
Ganda Lawka (Burmese: ဂန္တလောက, [ɡàɴda̰ lɔ́ka̰], lit. "World of Books") was a Burmese language monthly magazine published by the Burma Education Extension Association. The magazine was a sister pu...
Ganda Lawka - Wikipedia
Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association
The Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association (Burmese: မြန်မာနိုင်ငံ မိခင်နှင့်ကလေး စောင့်ရှောက်ရေး အသင်း, abbreviated MMCWA) is a non governmental organization in Burma which aims to protec...
Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association - Wikipedia
List of Burmese films
A list of films produced in Burma. Film production began in Burma in the 1910s and has produced many motion pictures, although many films have been lost or concealed for political reasons.
Democratic Voice of Burma
The Democratic Voice of Burma (Burmese: ဒီမိုကရေတစ်မြန်မာ့အသံ, abbreviated DVB) is a non-profit media organization based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Run by Burmese expatriates, it makes radio and te...
Democratic Voice of Burma - Wikipedia