The Armenian blogosphere this week was diverse and watchful – bloggers covered everything happening in the country: Onnik Krikorian has shared his impressions of the September 26 opposition rally, Christian Garbis has written about the blessing of Holy Muron, Uzogh, Office Zombie and Naysaikus comment on the district mayor’s election of Yerevan’s Kentron community, Nazarian is speculating on the impacts of US Credit Crush on Armenia, Pigh has filled his blog with photos of Southern Armenia, having just returned from a trip South, 517design has test-drived through a newly opened major road designed to ease the traffic in central Yerevan.
The program also features and interview with Iranian blogger Aliasghar Ramezanpoor, who talks about censorship in Iran and makes a number of very interesting revelations.
Download the 22nd issue of the “Armenian blogosphere” radio program from here or listen to it online by clicking the player icon below:
Following Turkish President Abdulla Gull’s historic visit to Armenia, Armenian bloggers are engaged in active discussions – was it a positive step, or a negative one? Was it right for Armenia’s to invite highest Turkish official to Armenia or not? Even the fact Armenian football team lost 0:2 to Turkey, has been completely overshadowed by Turkish president’s visit. There is also an interview with Latvian blogger Artur Mednis. Download the full podcast here or listen to it online below.
The Armenian Blogosphere radio program is back – after a holiday season, and back with a bang! One day before the memorable Armenia-Turkey football match, to which Serge Sargsyan has invited the Turkish president Abdulla Guyl, the program brings you updates and reactions from the Armenia-Turkey football match.
This 19th issue of the Armenian Blogosphere also features and interview with Simon Blogian, our prolific blogger-friend from USA. Download the podcast here or listen to it online below:
The team of Armenian bloggers have returned back from the Caucasus BarCamp which took place in Tbilisi on June 7-8. This Podcast which will be broadcast by Radio Hay tomorrow – on Saturday morning, features an introduction to the concept of BarCamps in general, tells about the Tbilisi Barcamp, and features interviews with Evgeni Morozov, an expert in new media and internet, interviews with Uzbek and Latvian bloggers. Feel free to download and listen to the mp3 version.
The Podcast of the radio program made by the Echannel.am team, to be broadcast this Saturday on Radio Hay, is now available in mp3 format here. The program features a blog roundup of reactions to attacks on human right’s activist Mikayel Danielyan and opposition youth leader Arsen Kharatyan. The full Armenian text of the roundup is available at the Armenian version of this blog.
The Podcast also features and interview with one of the rare Armenian language bloggers – Christina from Mi or… blog.
With some delay I’m uploading the Podcast of the Radio Hay program broadcast last Saturday, dealing with the Eurovision Blogging, as well as featuring an interview with LiveJournal blogger – Akunamatata_Ser, who is sharing his vision of the internet slang – used mostly in LiveJournal and commonly referred to by bloggers as “Olbanskii” – a strange and funny variety of Russian with strange spelling and lot’s of cryptic signs.
Armenian bloggers reported terrible stories of robberies, bribe and blasphemy last week. Among some of the noteworthy posts were Nazarian’s post about shutting down the “Parisian cafe” on Abovyan street, Alefalef‘s discovery, that Beeline is double charging for March and April – thus, technically, robbing its customers, and Athanatoi‘s report, about continuous Georgian attempts to convert Armenian churches in Georgia into “old Georgian’ churches, and the recent case with Surb Norashen Church in Tbilisi – wherby Georgians were planting old Georgian tombstones in the yard of the Church and erasing Armenian inscriptions, changing them for Georgian ones – all of this with photographic evidence.
The full text in Armenian is here, and the 5 minute podcast, also featuring an interview with LiveJournal blogger Akunamatata_ser is here.