Nokor Wat Media Center

Nokor Wat Media Center

Nokor Wat Media Center was founded in July 2010 by Sieng Chanheng, the director of Heng Development Company and former financial backer of Soy Sopheap’s DAP Media Center, one of leading media group in Cambodia.

Sieng Chanheng appointed her daughter, Dim Sopheavy to be the editor in chief of Nokor Wat Media Center. Previously, Dim was the deputy director of DAP Media Center.

Information Minister Khieu Kanharith said that Prime Minister Hun Sen requested the Ministry to support Nokor Wat Media Centre as it begins operations. In August 2011, it launched its own Krong Noreay printing house. At the time, Touch Kongkea, an assistant to General Kun Kim, deputy commander-in-chief of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, was reportedly the director of the Center. His wife, Kaekol Sophea, the deputy director.

Kaekol Sophea is now the director of the Center and the license holder of its media outlets. Nokor Wat now runs Nokor Wat Daily newspaper and monthly magazine and its online news.

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Private

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Limited Company

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Publishing, Printing House

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Individual Owner

Kaekol Sophea

Kaekol Sophea is the wife of Touch Kongkea, an official at Royal Gendarmerie of Cambodia and assistant to General Kun Kim, deputy commander-in-chief of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces.

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Nokor Wat News Daily

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Founding Year

2010

Founder

Sieng Chanheng

Affiliated Interests Founder

The director of Heng Development Company and former financial backer of Soy Sopheap’s DAP Media Center, one of leading media group in Cambodia.

Contact

No 111, St. Rada, Tumnup Toek Village, Sangkat Phnom Penh Thmey, Khan Sen Sok, Phnom Penh, Cambodia (PHONE) 012 864 189 (MAIL) nokorwatnews@gmail.com (WEB) www.nokorwatnews.com

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