The EU-funded project ‘Building Sustainable and Professional Media’ has launched the Media Management E-school in Armenia, to enhance media management capacity with a focus on sustainability and resilience.
The project is implemented by Deutsche Welle (DW) in partnership with BBC Media Action, Open Society Foundations – Armenia, Factor TV and Hetq Investigative Journalists. The school will be managed by the Media Initiatives Center (MIC).
“The role and responsibilities of the media are so important to build a nation. Media educates and informs but sometimes can also distort or transform information. There are always risks of manipulation, fake news, and promoting hate speeches. A dynamic, plural society needs a free, independent, reliable and responsible media”, said the EU Ambassador to Armenia, Andrea Wiktorin.
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