Review Category : Media news

The Media laboratory started based on the production base of the Public Broadcasting Corporation KTRK

Twenty-five young journalists from 2 September are trained in media laboratory based on the production base of the Public Broadcasting Corporation KTRK. This Media laboratory – This interactive course 4-month training, which includes the following classes for young journalists: the theory and practice of informational journalism. The role of journalism in peace-building, working with text, interview technique, audio and video ...

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How to work a mobile technologies in rural communities of Kyrgyzstan

Thanks to a modern mobile devices and mobile Internet the people living in remote villages of Kyrgyzstan can talk about their problems, express their opinion and propose a solution. Community media in Kyrgyzstan View more lists from Galich Valentina Valentina Prepared by Valentina GALICH Internews in Kyrgyzstan Original of article on Newreporter.og Photo from kyrgyzmedia.com ...

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7 Quotes of Thomas Lansner Regarding Interconnections Between Government, Media, And Civil Society Organizations

The Project Director of “Media initiative in the area of a social accountability” of the Aga Khan Institute in Nairobi spoke about international experiences of interactions between government, media, and civil society (CSOs) in that strengthen social accountability. The meeting took place with experts at a round table entitled “CSOs, media and government within the social accountability strengthening and anti-corruption: ...

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Daniil Kislov: “In Central Asia, There Is No Demand For Quality News And Professional Journalism”

Today the Chief Editor of the news agency “Ferghana.Ru” Daniil Kislov, within the framework of the meeting-seminar FIDH with human rights activists of Kyrgyzstan, took the floor regarding “Freedom of speech in the Central Asian region, challenges and prospects.” “Government authorities suppress the media everywhere with such a zeal as if this is the main goal. This power is enforced ...

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11 million som were spent for production of domestic content

On September 17, 2015 a round table “Digital broadcasting of Kyrgyzstan: questions – answers” was held in Bishkek. During the event, a question of providing the population with a certified television equipment, the need to define clear criteria for the delivery of free digital set-top boxes were considered, as well as issues on the status of documents package with changes ...

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Fund for Environmental Journalism welcomes applications for grants

SEJ’s Fund for Environmental Journalism welcomes applications for grants of up to $5,000 to underwrite story projects. The next application deadline is November 15, 2015. Contact Jeanne Scanlon with questions about this program. In 2015 grant cycles, funding is available for story projects in three categories: 1) open topic, including international; 2) coverage of land-use issues of North America; and 3) coverage of  biodiversity conservation and climate-change ...

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THE STATE OF NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY: THE LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS OF PHOTOJOURNALISTS IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Author: Adrian Hadland, David Campbell and Paul Lambert The work practices of the professional photojournalist are currently undergoing rapid changes in the digital era. New technologies, platforms and methods of visual storytelling are exerting a range of pressures and influences that require photojournalists to adapt and respond in different ways. The changes provoke a number of questions that are critical ...

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Sultan Jumagulov is writing a book called “The road to journalism”

The famous journalist Sultan Jamagulov is writing a book called “The road to journalism”. He said he would write this book in Kyrgyz language. This practical guide is intended for young people who seek to become journalists. Sultan Jumagulov worked as a local correspondent for BBC and directed the Bishkek agencies of «Azattyk», ElTR and KTRK. The book will be ...

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“We must value our freedom of expression”

Interview with Aida Kasymadieva, journalist. Aida Kasymadieva is a thorough journalist, whose mind is as keen as her pen. Whoever read her articles “Life experience of a non-Russian in Russia”, “Burned and forgotten”, “Sapargul’s Monologue”, “The divorce”, or “The sump of our lives”, among others, will understand that this is not an exaggeration. (When I first read her articles two-three ...

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Engineer: News Outlets in Kyrgyzstan broadcast through half-century old equipment

News outlets in Kyrgyzstan broadcast through half-century old equipment, warned KyrgyzTelecom Television and radio broadcasting relay committee’s chairman Jenish Osmonkulov on 21 April. He added that public broadcasting was an important strategic component of national and State security. Jenish Osmonkulov explained that broadcasting in Kyrgyzstan was provided through a series of 67 stations, some of which were located at an ...

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