Provincial broadcasters in rural areas of Vietnam are sharing ideas in an effort to deal with declining audiences and to serve a generation that’s using smartphones more than TV.
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The following are tips offered to a budding photojournalist who contacted Media Helping Media via our mentoring page asking for help in getting started in photojournalism.
A few days ago, between breakfast and lunch, I visited two countries in SE Asia and one in sub-saharan Africa, delivering lectures and offering media strategy support.
Over the last few years I have been fortunate to work with some wonderful journalists at various regional TV and radio stations in Vietnam. As this phase of the project draws to a close, it’s time to reflect.
Is there an ethical dilemma that you have faced in your journalism career which you could write about for Media Helping Media in order to help others?
The Ethical Journalism Network has published guidelines which it hopes will help journalists deal with hate speech in news stories.
The following are the essential elements for the introduction of a converged (integrated) newsroom strategy. All the following areas must be addressed for convergence to work properly.
The job of the journalist is to question everything they are told. If we fail to ask the right questions we might end up presenting a superficial and shallow interpretation of events.
The first thing a journalist needs to do when working on a special report is to write a story plan and submit it to their editor for approval. This must be done before they start the story.
TV viewers in the Dak Lak province of Vietnam are now enjoying a new breakfast news and current affairs show, devised three months ago and launched a month later.