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Mizzima News (Burmese: မဇ္ဈိမသတင်း) is a Burmese multimedia news organization. It was established in August 1998 by a group of Burmese journalists in exile in New Delhi. The International Press Institute awarded Mizzima News its Free Media Pioneer award in 2007.
Mizzima Media Co. Ltd. is a registered Myanmar company. It produces a daily digital Mizzima newspaper in Myanmar language, a weekly Mizzima business magazine, weekly television programs – aired by Myanma Radio & Television (MRTV) – and websites in both the Myanmar and English language. Additionally, Mizzima media products are also available on various digital platforms such as Android and iPhones.
- Jeremy Wagstaff (2010). "Southeast Asian Media: Patterns of Production and Consumption" (PDF). Open Society. p. 19. Retrieved 9 May 2016.
- IPI (International Press Institute)