Sputnik will share their experience with journalists from 34 countries

© Sputnik / Evgeny Novoyeniseisky international session of the project SputnikPro for young journalists and media managersSputnik will share their experience with journalists from 34 countries© Sputnik / Evgeny Novozenina

. News Agency and radio Sputnik opens on Monday, the international session of the project SputnikPro for young journalists and media managers. For four days the leading Russian experts tell foreign guests about the principles of operation of modern multimedia and the major trends in global information space.

In Moscow session attended by the representatives of record for SputnikPro number of countries — 34. Among them are journalists of the newspaper The Hankyoreh (South Korea), As Sabah (Tunisia), Nhân Dân (Vietnam), Standard (Tanzania), news agencies, PNA (Philippines), SUNA (Sudan), WAM (UAE), Nova (Italy), television, Phoenix TV (China), Aaj Tak (India), radio Channel Africa (South Africa) and other media.

«This is a great opportunity to hone skills and to establish contacts with colleagues from the media of other countries. An important role in modern journalism the new technologies play, so I expect the master class on new media and marketing in social networks», — said the Deputy chief editor of the Croatian magazine Novosti Tamara Opacic.

«I would like to here master new skills in the field of communications, particularly on international topics. In addition, it is interesting to learn about the specifics of the Russian news agencies, as well as new trends in online media. I hope that my participation in the program will contribute to the development of cooperation between our mass media», — shared his expectations of the correspondent of the Iraqi TV channel AlsumariaTV Cynthia Saade.
«One of the goals of the project SputnikPro is to provide young professionals a platform for exchange of experience and dialogue, — said the Deputy chief editor of Sputnik Anton Anisimov. — The more joyful for us this year to observe the interest of leading media such a large number of countries. I hope that in the future the scope of the project will only grow.»

Earlier in the framework SputnikPro were two separate sessions for journalists from Turkey and Latin America.

SputnikPro is an international project for journalists, students of universities, employees of press services, aimed at exchanging experience with foreign colleagues, the development of international media communication and intercultural relations between journalists. SputnikPro for journalists from foreign countries is realized within the programme «New generation» of the Federal Agency for Commonwealth of Independent States, compatriots living abroad and international humanitarian cooperation (Rossotrudnichestvo).

© Sputnik / Evgeny Novoyeniseisky international session of the project SputnikPro for young journalists and media managersSputnik will share their experience with journalists from 34 countries© Sputnik / Evgeny Novoyeniseisky international session of the project SputnikPro for young journalists and media managers

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