Armenian bloggers awarded Na/Ne journalism awards for covering women issues

Artur Papyan (that's me), country coordinator of Media Diversity Institute, Armenian office, hands over Na/Ne award certificate to Artak Vardanian, 1st prize winner in blogging category

Three Armenian blogs, along with well established print, online, TV and radio media, received awards at the Na/Ne 2009 Annual Journalism Award Ceremony held in Yerevan on Tuesday.
Banadzev media production company’s blog took the 1st prize in blog category,  with Radio Van’s blog coming second, while journalist, social media guru Shushan Harutyunyan’s Blansh blog took the 3rd slot. Continue reading “Armenian bloggers awarded Na/Ne journalism awards for covering women issues”

IFJ Marks ‘End of Deadly Decade' With Report on Journalists and Media Staff Killed in 2009

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)  yesterday issued its report on 139  journalists and media workers who were killed or died while practicing journalism in the course of 2009. The IFJ says that 2009, one of the worst years for journalists’ killings, capped a violent decade which put journalism to the sword and left record numbers of murders of media people. Continue reading “IFJ Marks ‘End of Deadly Decade' With Report on Journalists and Media Staff Killed in 2009”

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