Monthly Archives: October 2010

Social Network: fiction or reality?

At last we did it! A group of students of Cardiff University Journalism School, we went to theatre to watch the new release – Social Network! We all have been enthusiastic about this movie as impact of networking and social … Continue reading

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Tomorrow’s Journalists Today

What makes a journalist progressive and up-to-date? What are the challenges media industry faces today? How should new generation of media professionals react in a modern environment? What should we expect and be ready for? These questions where in the … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Man Behind the Camera

Laith Mushtaq is a cameraman for Al Jazeera since 2003. He has a huge experience in working at hot spots. He covered battles in Fallujah, Kerbolla, where his assistant was killed right behind his shoulder. He covered elections in Afghanistan … Continue reading

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Dolce Far Niente

It was loveliest evening and very long exciting day. I seem really enjoying my singlehood, city, its attractions and people around. That was my first home-alone-student-rush-morning. When I woke up it was 9 am, exactly the time when my bus … Continue reading

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