Most Viewed, Emailed and Printed Stories by Year

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Rank

Title

Viewed

Emailed

Printed

1.

AsiaMedia Event: A World of Conflict

 32556

 2

 4503

2.

BANGLADESH: Cops harass newsmen despite exemption

 6841

 

 3009

3.

THAILAND: Sonthi denies trying to stifle media

 8750

 

 3126

4.

TAIWAN: Top KMT body approves Ma's appointees

 6651

 

 2714

5.

CHINA: Google should help prevent China piracy

 13177

 

 3264

6.

KOREA: Samsung son in the media spotlight

 6709

 

 2721

7.

THAILAND: Thai about-turn on foreign ownership laws

 14654

 

 3159

8.

SINGAPORE: Digital media -- Singapore to fund research in 3 niche areas

 9071

 

 3086

9.

INDIA: Biker movies blamed for road rage

 8046

 

 2751

10.

PAKISTAN: Anwar Pirzado's death condoled

 6906

 

 2516

11.

Clint Eastwood makes his day

 5714

 

 2911

12.

TAIWAN: New year event canceled due to Chinese pressure

 7311

 

 2557

13.

INDONESIA: KPI asks Constitutional court to reinstate its powers

 8184

 

 2731

14.

INDONESIA: Filmmakers want changes in industry

 7515

 

 2774

15.

KOREA: Busy websites need real name registration

 29656

 

 3514

16.

INDIA: 'Check the bona fides of RTI applicants'

 7265

 

 2689

17.

INDIA: Printing press left them spellbound

 7460

 

 2606

18.

INDIA: SC, CBI, UPSC want immunity from RTI

 9826

 

 3027

19.

PALESTINE: Abducted cameraman freed in Gaza

 7410

 

 2906

20.

PAKISTAN: Help sought to screen Pushto films abroad

 7928

 

 2861

21.

MALAYSIA: The Star gets new group chief editor

 8010

 

 2901

22.

BANGLADESH: Threat to kill Rupsha UZ journos

 12711

 

 3196

23.

INDONESIA: 'Post' reporter wins 2006 Adam Malik Award

 7183

 

 2914

24.

KOREA: Samsung electronics teams up with Google, Yahoo

 7617

 

 2743

25.

INDIA: Delay in Pushto TV channel blamed on federal govt

 7973

 

 2878

26.

US: Connected tech dream now reality, says Gates

 7106

 

 2693

27.

TURKEY: 'Editor' Pamuk pens for freedom

 7046

 

 2771

28.

INDIA: Chinese media ready to rebuild views on India

 6906

 

 2682

29.

CHINA: Royal queries jailing of lawyers and journalists

 6942

 

 2593

30.

Risks journalists face

 5094

 

 2669

31.

Muzzled media

 4884

 

 2617

32.

INDIA: Times Now is top channel among India's elite, says TAM survey

 8275

 

 2701

33.

PAKISTAN: Pakistani journalists get chilly reception in Kabul

 7540

 

 2960

34.

INDIA: Bollywood film Kabul Express banned in Afghanistan

 8336

 

 2961

35.

PAKISTAN: Anwer Pirzado passes away

 7691

 

 2902

36.

TURKEY: Nobel winner made chief editor for a day in Turkey

 7560

 

 3013

37.

TAIWAN: KMT chairman Ma denies bias in favor of the 'China Times'

 7992

 

 2844

38.

TAIWAN: Chen dismisses media report about Su

 7737

 

 2910

39.

CHINA: China's .com Web addresses vanish

 7840

 

 2772

40.

Intervening is the only route for the NCC to take

 4607

 

 2446

41.

Get some hubbub in your hotpot

 4755

 

 2594

42.

TAIWAN: Government to accept HK, Macau media applications

 7914

 

 2783

43.

TAIWAN: TV networks cash in on New Year festivities

 6545

 

 2492

44.

KOREA: Publisher faces copyright charge

 8123

 

 2711

45.

Bringing out the gongs in the world of media

 5611

 

 2736

46.

BANGLADESH: Punishment to culprits demanded

 6665

 

 2731

47.

GERMANY: Second Life virtual world gets its own newspaper

 8241

 

 2837

48.

No trumpets, no drums

 5846

 

 2937

49.

The Future of Indian Democracy

 9617

 

 3157

50.

KOREA: Korean IT experts convicted of selling TV piracy technology

 8331

 

 2854

51.

Cyber palaces replace Internet cafes

 11931

 

 3133

52.

CHINA: Fired PRC editor blasts Beijing's double standards

 7926

 

 2752

53.

TAIWAN: Media professionals accuse the KMT of manipulating the sale of BCC stock

 8095

 

 2916

54.

JAPAN: Ministry to require external auditors for NHK

 7572

 

 2927

55.

Comic strips from India delight art lovers

 6575

 

 2810

56.

PAKISTAN: Body for journalist colony formed

 8080

 

 2930

57.

Images of blood and gore

 6485

 

 2663

58.

BANGLADESH: Attack on Pirojpur journo condemned

 8041

 

 2992

59.

KOREA: Samsung develops portable digital TV technology

 7529

 

 2660

60.

MALAYSIA: Seizure of tabloid not linked to photo, says KL

 14267

 

 3561

61.

BANGLADESH: Injured Pirojpur journo admitted to DMCH

 7622

 

 2936

62.

PAKISTAN: Pakistan, Afghanistan to promote media ties

 8889

 

 3214

63.

WORLD: 2006, a bloody year for journalists

 8185

 

 3026

64.

PAKISTAN: 'Western media creating mistrust'

 9887

 

 3329

65.

RTI report card shows one year of transparency

 4696

 

 2601

66.

INDIA: Govt to set rules for political ads

 6254

 

 2700

67.

INDIA: Court objects to trial by media in Pratibha case

 8043

 

 2986

68.

IRAQ: World slams gory Saddam video

 16236

 

 3445

69.

IRAQ: Iraq orders closure of TV station office

 7208

 

 2866

70.

Regional media in RI comes to life

 5047

 

 2456

71.

INDONESIA: Young filmmakers give back awards to protest FFI

 9456

 

 2947

72.

THAILAND: AIS faces risk from scrapping of contracts

 7748

 

 2670

73.

CHINA: Jailed ST newsman to get visit from wife

 6923

 

 2767

74.

EAST ASIA: Telecoms services recovering from quake disruption

 7890

 

 2783

75.

SINGAPORE: Stomp 30s is website's hottest chat forum

 18071

 

 3652

76.

New magazines for fathers put hip spin on child-raising

 6304

 

 2725

77.

KOREA: Broadcast, telecom wall torn down

 7386

 

 2606

78.

INDONESIA: Relatives' anguish grows with false news

 7705

 

 2922

79.

THAILAND: Thaksin fax insists 'I'm not to blame'

 8169

 

 2879

80.

Doing nothing is not an option

 4929

 

 2452

81.

THAILAND: Revoked 1997 charter likely to be adopted as blueprint for new draft

 6508

 

 2807

82.

THAILAND: Mobile firms see steady growth in '07

 7707

 

 2594

83.

The 2007 Axis of Evil

 5868

 

 2882

84.

SRI LANKA: Tamil Web site reports 15 civilian casualties in government 'carpet-bombing' of village

 8680

 

 2820

85.

TAIWAN: Cable repair vessels are on the way, says Chunghwa

 14170

 

 3308

86.

TAIWAN: Taiwan Society backs Yu in press spat

 6643

 

 2785

87.

TAIWAN: Survey indicates use of Internet continues to rise

 6893

 

 2692

88.

EUROPE: Exit solves no problems, says European press

 6448

 

 2690

89.

EAST ASIA: Asian firms say they've overcome communication problems

 8869

 

 3023

90.

CHINA: Sohu.com subsidiary fined for illegal movie downloads

 8913

 

 2906

91.

EAST ASIA: Scramble to repair Asia telecom lines after quake

 8875

 

 3141

92.

KOREA: London-based web links Korea, UK

 7503

 

 2764

93.

KOREA: LG Dacom, Powercomm spamming hotbeds

 8396

 

 2752

94.

KOREA: Communication scholars to gather for globalization

 6669

 

 2648

95.

2007 New trends in Korean telecom market

 6177

 

 2747

96.

INDIA: Radio Mirchi rules metros

 8426

 

 2921

97.

KOREA: Samsung ships WiBro equipment to Brazil

 8054

 

 2912

98.

INDIA: Orkut banned in Nagpur cyber cafes

 12934

 

 3102

99.

CHINA: Foreign journalist allowed to visit Tiananmen figure

 7370

 

 2939

100.

SINGAPORE: Newspaper distributors now have their own premises

 8654

 

 3036