Pacific Media Watch

24 June 2013

AUDIO: PMW editor talks on NZ radio about 'silent' USP story

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AUCKLAND (Pacific Media Watch): Pacific Media Watch contributing editor Daniel Drageset has spoken out on The Wire at Auckland radio station 95bFM today about the University of the South Pacific's "silence" following repeated interview requests by independent journalist Ricardo Morris at Repúblika magazine.

Morris wanted to know more about Professor Wadan Narsey's controversial removal from the list of speakers at  USP's World Press Freedom Day event on May 3. 

Listen to the full interview.

Read the Pacific Media Watch story and listen to a 15 minute interview with editor at Repúblika magazine Ricardo Morris. 

Also, listen to previous Pacific Media Watch interviews at The Southern Cross section of The Wire:

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The Wire is aired every Monday (except public holidays) between 12 noon and 1pm on 95bFM in the Auckland area.

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