Activities in the Previous Week


14/10/2010: Closing Ceremony of “Reporting for Radio Course”

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Today, we are celebrating the closing ceremony of our intensive course on Reporting for Radio in the presence of German Ambassador, DMC acting head, and our trainers, Thorsten Karg and Kyle James.

In the occasion, Dr. Wolfgang Moser, a German Ambassador, has encouraged us by saying that journalism is very important in democratic society and he also gives us some suggestions that we, as journalists, have to be aware of what we are doing, how far we can go, what to report and what not to report, and also need to take care for our sources of information.

Since I step into journalism field in late 2008, I have to admit that this is my first time to know about Reporting for Radio and I was very lucky to have participated in the  one-month intensive course on this subject. It was also the luck to have two trainers from a Germany’s international broadcaster, Deutsche Welle, staying with us and guiding us throughout the workshop.

I started to know the differences between writing news for print media and writing news for radio broadcasting.

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About Saoyuth

A graduate in Media Management with experiences working as a reporter with local and international news institutions, a multimedia team leader and a TV Producer for a LIVE News Show. Currently, I am a freelance video maker and social media consultant.

Posted on October 18, 2010, in Inform, Personal Interest/Experience and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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