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Reported and presented by Alistar Kata

Alistar Kata, an award-winning journalist with Tagata Pasifika, made a 15 minute mini-documentary about the work of the Pacific Media Centre, founded by Dr David Robie in October 2007, and its dedicated crew.

At the time, she was the Pacific Media Watch freedom project contributing editor and chief storyteller.

A linked story is on Asia Pacific Report – by one of the participants in the video, KP Lew: It’s easy to be cynical … harder to fight for your media dream.

KP Lew: It’s easy to be cynical … harder to fight for your media dream

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