ArmInfo. School of real journalism international project starts on June 14 in Armenia.
"School of Real Journalism" is a non-commercial project of Russian ANO "Russian Reporters". It is aimed at young Russian-speaking journalists and practicing senior students of the journalism faculties of the countries of the former USSR. Participation in the project is free of charge at all stages.
A series of training seminars will be held on June 14 and 15 on the site of the Russian Center for Science and Culture. Within two days, leading Russian journalists and media coaches will share their experience and skills with young colleagues in creating materials of the most complex genre - stories. "We will try to teach young journalists to create full-fledged stories - now few people know how, but this is one of the most popular genres," says Vitaly Leibin, the editor-in-chief of the magazine "Russian Reporter." And, in all formats: text, video and photo - because a modern journalist, and, especially, a journalist of the future, should be able to equally well and write, and speak, and shoot. "
Director General of "Russian Reporters" Dmitry Mikhaylin stresses that this is not a one-off event, but a whole system of additional professional education for journalists. "The best participants of our seminars in the countries of the former USSR. In November 2018 we will invite to Moscow for a week's superintense with the participation of leading Russian journalists." This is the largest international journalistic project in recent years. Schools of real journalism in Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Georgia and Uzbekistan have already passed. They showed an extremely high degree of interest, both to additional education, and to professional, and simply human communication of journalists from different countries. In addition, Russian journalists invite Armenian journalists to talk about the "round table" about the future of journalism, about what will be the journalism of tomorrow. The project is financed by the Presidential Grants Fund, the partners are the Russian Union of Journalists, the Russian Mir Foundation, the Federal Agency for CIS Affairs, the Russian Art Union, the ITAR-TASS news agency, the Komsomolskaya Pravda Publishing House, the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Yerevan.