Agencies collaborating with the PMC
Pacific Media Centre
25 August, 2010
Asia New Zealand Foundation (ANZF)
Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand
The Pacific Media Centre collaborates with the Asia New Zealand Foundation over scholarships and internship programmes, including at the China Daily, Jakarta Post and Globe, and with the Asian Journalism Fellowship.
Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC)
Nanyang University of Technology, Singapore
The PMC has been in collaboration with AMIC since 2007 and the director, Dr David Robie, is the NZ representative of AMIC.
- South Pacific Islands Communication Forum (SPICF)
- New Zealand country representative - Dr David Robie
Australian Centre for Independent Journalism (ACIJ)
University of Technology Sydney
The PMC has been in collaboration with the ACIJ since it was established in 2007. It entered into a MOU with the ACIJ in 2008, becoming an associate member.
New York, USA
The PMC director contributes to annual reports and the global press freedom index.
International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)
The PMC collaborates with the Asia-Pacific office of the IFJ in Sydney, particularly over issues of media freedom.
Pacific Islands Media Association (PIMA)
Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand
The PMC collaborates with PIMA over the annual AUT/PIMA Pasifika Communication Scholarships, annual conference and other activities.
Pacific Islands Report (PIR)
The PMC is a news partner of the PIR and collaborates through its student teachiong programmes.
Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF)
The PMC collaborates with RSF in media freedom issues in the Pacific, particularly through the Pacific Media Watch project.
Scoop Media Ltd
The PMC operates a joint daily news service with Scoop Media - Pacific Scoop.
University of the South Pacific (USP)
Suva, Fiji Islands
The PMC regularly collaborates with the USP regional journalism programme and other faculties at the university.