Suggested Thai news sources

Scandinavians interested in following the news have a several options open, as the ICT Ministry has announced that it will not shut down the Internet.

This Friday morning, the live news blog from ThaiVisa without the annoying comments is here:

Aljazeera is viewable here:

BBC is viewable here:

If you need a proxy to be able to watch banned websites in Thailand, you can buy one here, that works well:

Readers with good suggestions, please add in the comment and we will try to approve as soon as possible.


Most TV channels resumed operations later on Friday, except Thai PBS. The exception is likely a punishment of Thai PBS news director who Thursday night refused to close down the youtube channel and kept airing news. At the peak point, the news program had 159.000 viewers. Then army personnel entered the news room, forced the channel off and took the news director into custody. But after the national anthem at 18.00 also Thai PBS was back on – except live on youtube.

You can watch the closure here if you move back the play back point a bit:

Staff also filmed behind the scene as it happened:


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  4 comments for “Suggested Thai news sources

  1. Mikael Bjerrum
    May 26, 2014 at 12:29

    Good news sites:
    Richard Barrow is also on Twitter
    Live updates, blogs etc.

  2. May 22, 2014 at 21:21

    It is 21.20 and the Thai PBS has just announced that they are sorry but have been ordered to stop sending its news over youtube. Now off air like the rest!

  3. May 22, 2014 at 20:55

    Here is news without silly comments: (Please right click and open in new window!)

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