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This Summer Media School Hosted Syrian Kids

Atur Guyumchyan
Atur Guyumchyan

Two years ago 14-year-old Atur Guyumchyan came to Armenia with his family for spending summer holidays in the homeland. “Me and my father tried not to miss any moment to enjoy Yerevan. The days passed. One morning we went to Khor Virap. On our way back my father received a call, which changed our life. My uncle was calling to tell that the terrorists entered Halep. He insisted on our not returning.”

MIC Presented "Lratun" Media Museum in Barcamp Yerevan 2014

Vahram Martirosyan speaks about "Lratun"
Vahram Martirosyan speaks about "Lratun"

In the Barcamp Yerevan annual technological unconferance Media Initiatives Center presented its "Lratun" multimedia museum. 

"Lratun" (house of news) museum's first multimedia exhibtion - Earthquake That Shook the Media - depicts how the press, television and documentarians of the time covered the 1988 Spitak Earthquake. 

Religious Tolerance in Pop-Up News

#RMRAM hashtag statistics
#RMRAM hashtag statistics

Pop-Up Newsroom is a virtual newsroom, which becomes active when there is a specific event or issue to cover. The journalists of the Pop-Up Newsroom often don’t know each other. Interest in the topic and professional innovations unite them in the virtual space.

Alternative Resources in Media Project Completed

Since its launch in 2010, the ARM project has sought to increase new sources of diverse news and information through building civic demand for alternative content, supporting its production and dissemination, and enhancing public advocacy on media freedom. The project fostered skills, perceptions, institutions, and policies that transform alternative media content into a mainstream source for civic discussion and decision-making. 

Problems of Conflict Reporting in South Caucasus Media Summarized

Within the framework of “Promoting Conflict Sensitive Reporting in the South Caucasus” project, the Media Initiatives Center (Armenia), Internews Azerbajan and Internews Georgia conducted a research.

Media Literacy Handbook Presented

L. Grigoryan introduces the handbook
L. Grigoryan introduces the handbook

Anna Atabekyan is a grade 9 student at primary school no. 69 named after A. Sakharov. She frequents a media literacy group called Mediagragitutyun ("media literacy"), where she learns how to write the news, take photographs, design the front page of a newspaper, and create a multimedia story with various components. 

How the Media Covered the 1988 Spitak Earthquake: Multimedia Exhibition in Gyumri

Lratun interactive media museum's first multimedia exhibition - "An Earthquake that Shook the Media" – opened on September 26 at Gyumri's Still Museum of Fine Arts. The exhibition depicts how the press, television, and documentarians of the time covered the 1988 Spitak earthquake.

Tracing the Climate Change: Regional Training in Yerevan

Hail hit garden of Armavir villagers
Hail hit garden of Armavir villagers

C2K2 was jointly developed by a group of journalists in June 2013 in Yerevan. This is not a chemical substance, but a newsletter targeting Caucasus climate in the context of global warming.  

Young People's View of the Conflict

Elina and the Film Producer H. Mansuryan
Elina and the Film Producer H. Mansuryan

At the age of 15, Elina was one of the participants of the Kids’ Crossroads regional project. During two years she was writing scripts, was participating in shooting and editing, was working with her Azerbaijani and Georgian peers, and was one of the anchors of Menk Enk TV program. Then she chose the journalist’s profession.

Internews was Awarded Na/Ne

One of the stories of Internews’ European Perspective TV program is about four women, who are members of the local self-governing body of Nor Geghi community in Kotayk marz. Together with seven men, these women try to solve social problems of the community members.