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MPP Participant Profiles - Southeast Asia

MPP Participant Profiles - Southeast Asia

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16173

"Thanks to MPP, I wondered what would happen if I became a listener instead of a talker."

Khin Thandar Htay is national sales director at Myanmar Consolidated Media Ltd., the Myanmar Times. She speaks to WAN-IFRA about her career development at the English-language publication, as well as the professional changes she has already begun implementing thanks to the leadership training provided by the MPP Southeast Asia.


"In five years, I want to be running my own newspaper."

Maw Maw San, 31, is Managing Editor of Travel Plus, a Genius Media Publications title, based in Yangon, Myanmar. She talks to WAN-IFRA about how the MPP programme has helped her create a set of ambitious, yet highly achievable career goals set against the country's transition to democracy.

 


Media Professionals Programme Helps Focus Careers

Borom Chea is National Sales Director at the Phnom Penh Post newspaper. Interviewed during the Media Professionals Programme gathering at the WAN-IFRA Digital Asia Summit in Kuala Lumpur, he tells us how the programme is helping him clarify his professional goals and set out his agenda for the years to come.


 

WAN-IFRA's MPP South East Asia Programme is supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

 

 

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Andrew Heslop

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2013-02-15 13:29

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