Pacific Media Watch

1 July 2013

AUDIO: West Papua focus in NZ radio interview with PMW editor

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Pacific Media Watch editor Daniel Drageset can be heard every Monday at about 12:30pm at the Auckland-based radio channel 95bFM.

AUCKLAND (Pacific Media Watch): The latest developments in West Papua was discussed when Pacific Media Watch (PMW) editor Daniel Drageset was interviewed by 95bFM's Maddie Farman in today's edition of The Wire.

Drageset talked about the events at the Melanesian Spearhead Group's Leaders' Summit recently, where a roadmap on accession for the West Papua National Coalition for Liberation was drawn up. 

The PMW editor also addressed a news story in Samoa, where the Speaker of the House warned journalists could be jailed for up to six months if they misreport news stories from Parliament. 

Drageset is regularly interviewed in the Southern Cross segment of The Wire, which airs between 12 noon and 1pm every Monday at the Auckland radio station 95bFM

Listen to the full interview here 

Read the latest PMW article on the West Papua situation following the Melanesian Spearhead Group Summit 

Samoan MP warns journalists could be jailed for 'misreporting'

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Daniel Drageset

PMW contributing editor 2013

Daniel Drageset is a Norwegian radio journalist who graduated with a Master in Communication Studies degree at AUT University.