By DOUG MELLGREN, Associated Press Writer
OSLO, Norway –and the Internet are playing a crucial role in telling the world about ‘s pro-democracy protests, with video footage sometimes transmitted one frame at a time.
said Wednesday the junta has cut some cell phone service.
On the other side of the world in, a shoestring radio and television network called the has been at the forefront of receiving and broadcasting such cyber dispatches by satellite TV and shortwave radio.
Chief editor Aye Chan Naing said the station, founded in 1992 by exiled Myanmar students, is able to pass on nearly real-time images and information about anti-government protests…