CCJ Becomes Member of Confederation of ASEAN Journalists

Club of Cambodian Journalists (CCJ), a major association of professional journalists in Cambodia, has been officially recognised as the 8th member of the Confederation of ASEAN Journalists (CAJ).

The recognition was announced late last week during the 19th General Assembly of CAJ in Bangkok, Thailand after the CAJ's Board of Directors unanimously approved the CCJ's membership.

CCJ was established in 2000 and has currently 300 members, while CAJ was founded in 1975 with members from major associations in Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, and Laos.

Cambodia has more than 800 newspapers, bulletins and magazines, 21 TV channels, 2 satellite TVs, 5 Pay TVs, 221 radio stations, 98 online radios and TVs, 21 permanent offices of foreign news agencies, radios and TVs, and 40 newspaper, radio and TV associations.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press