Splice Lo-Fi is our quick, weekly audio check-in every Friday at 11 am Singapore time on Telegram. This is our weekly live audio check in with the Splice community to see what everyone's up to.
This podcast is an archive of those conversations. Hosted by Rishad Patel and Alan Soon.
Campuccino's Darathtey Din talks about how she started her newsletter, and how you could too
This week, we're chatting with Darathtey from Cambodia — she writes the Campuccino newsletter on Substack. All the news about Cambodia delivered to your inbox. She explains how she got started and where things are headed.
Asumsi's Aulia Masna talks about their new audience and product strategy
We're finally saying hello properly to our friend Aulia Masna at Indonesian media startup Asumsi, who's been hanging around this audio room since we started. We talked about how he's growing their audience, new products... and this little thing that blew our minds: Did you know that Indonesian politicians are sponsoring esports to reach younger audiences?
ArtsEquator's Nabilah Said talks about developing arts writing and criticism in Southeast Asia
This week, we spoke with Nabilah Said about her work as the editor of Singapore-based ArtsEquator. She talked about the importance of supporting criticism and analysis, and the training they're doing to raise a generation of great arts writers.
Kontinentalist's Peiying Loh talks about creating data-driven stories on Asia
We had a delightful chat with Peiying Loh, who's the co-founder of Kontinentalist, a Singapore-based media startup that tells gorgeous data-driven stories about Asia. We spoke about how the company came together, its business model, and the wonderful team she's assembled.
Anu Harchu on leaving Bloomberg TV and becoming a YouTube creator
We caught up with Mongolian creator Anu Harchu. She left her career at Bloomberg TV Mongolia to focus on her thriving brand as a YouTube creator. Plenty of great lessons in here for newsrooms, as well as folks looking to make that jump over to content creation.
Mongolian freelancer Anand Tumurtogoo on changing foreign media's stereotypes of his country
Anand Tumurtogoo has had enough of how foreign media talks about Mongolia. He spoke with us about the need to change these stereotypes, the nuances of the media landscape in Mongolia... and the origins of Mongolian names.