Jaffna media students take to the airwaves
This is the story of how 60 young journalism students from Jaffna, Sri Lanka produced and broadcast a total of three and a half hours of radio news and current affairs programming in two, one week sessions.
Most had little previous radio experience and many were just starting out in journalism, but all were enthusiastic and fast learners and their output was impressive.
The following is a report on the course they took part in, compiled on the Media Helping Media Storify site.
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The author of this piece, David Brewer, is a journalist and media strategy consultant who set up and runs Media Helping Media. He delivers journalism training and media consultancy services worldwide via Media Ideas. He also runs a media mentoring service.