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about me

Mike Raomanachai is a technology reporter and a media entrepreneur. He graduated with a Master Degree in Multimedia Communications at Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA.


Mike is a multimedia journalist who has been working on new reporting platforms such as live streaming and blogging for the past 7 years


Mike previously served as Asian American Journalists' Association, Asia Chapter (AAJA-Asia)'s Vice President, representing Southeast Asia. He helped organizing the chapter's annual regional media conference "N3" as a social media coordinator. He was a board member of the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT), the largest press club of Southeast Asia.


Editor (Thailand), Bangkok Bureau Chief (February 2019 - ) is Singapore’s first online tech TV channel, bringing you the latest tech gadgets and IT trends! Find it all here – from product reviews and launches, to interviews with the top tech executives, to weekly tech round ups. Catered for you, the mobile generation, we make tech news fun and easy to digest on-the-go. Happy watching!

Voice TV

Technology News Editor, Anchor (November 2012 - October 2017)

Anchor, "Tech Feed" - Weeknights at 6:25 PM (BKK/JKT)

Tech Feed - a daily technology news program of Voice TV, focusing on the latest trends in consumer technology, technology business, and the latest innovations that you should know.


- Reporting the latest news in technology and innovation on primetime news programs.

- Covering international business news and the latest trends in business in APAC.

- Covering international technology events such as CES, Mobile World Congress, Computex, IFA, etc.

Google News Initiatlve

AAJA-Asia Training Network Instructor (June 2019 - )

Google News Initiative Network Instructor provides workshops for journalists in Advance Searches for News, Data Journalism, and Advance Mapping for websites and multimedia platforms.

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)

Vice President, Asia Chapter (January 2015 - December 2017)

AAJA is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization that serves Asian American and Pacific Islander journalists. Our goals include making newsrooms more ethnically and racially diverse and ensuring fair and accurate coverage of the Asian community.

Today, the Asia chapter has about 200 members across the region. They work for a range of media, from The Associated Press, Thomson Reuters and Dow Jones to CNN, ABC, Bloomberg, VOA and CCTV. We are a networking group for AAJA members in Asia and the Pacific and a bridge for AAJA members who come to the region or want to work here. We hold talks, workshops and socials in various cities throughout the year and offer advice and support to fellow AAJA members with an interest in Asia. 

Special Skills

On-Camera Talent, Journalism, Broadcasting, Video Editing, Editorial, Team Management, Communication Coaching


"As President of AAJA Asia Chapter, I know I couldn't lead the biggest chapter in the Asian American Journalists Association without incredible co-leaders like Mike Raomanachai, who serves as Vice-President of AAJA Asia SE Asia Sub-Chapter based in Bangkok. His dedication and service to helping promote diversity, student programs, journalism, professional development of our 250+ members in the region is what makes our Chapter strong. Mike continues to contribute every day, and we appreciate his passion and commitment!"

Angie Lau,

CEO and Founder, Forkast.News

Former AAJA-Asia President and Anchor of Bloomberg TV

"Mike is a creative producer, on air talent and videographer. He's been my student in 2 classes - has demonstrated continuing growth and professional development. In a recent class for a not-for-profit client Mike demonstrated his gifted eye capturing some wonderful images while effectively telling a compelling story. Mike is a young man with a professional attitude; he's responsible, pleasant and focused on his work."

Peter Shalpen,

Media Trainer & Former ABC News Producer

"Mike is curious, open minded and creative in looking for new solutions. His analysis is clear, and his life experience as the basis of his judgement goes well beyond his age."

Ulrich Werner

Director of International Business Development, Siam Technology College

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