Islamabad: A week-long training workshop on ‘Television Newsroom Management, Workflow and News,’ organised jointly by Mishal Pakistan and the National University of Modern Languages (NUML) ended here on Friday on a note that the journalistsshould ensure responsibility and professional standards in the current age of internet media.
The training session for Television Newsroom Management, Workflow and News,’ organised by Mishal Pakistan, will play a key role in developing skills that facilitate effective journalism. The topics including visual grammar, end-to-end visual chain, planning a package, writing script for visuals, post-production, and journalism ethics and regulation.
Collaboration of NUML and Mishal Pakistan seeks to train and educate not only journalists and reporters but the faculty of media studies of the university. This is to enhance the capacity of the teaching staff, making them aware of current trends and issues in Television Newsroom Management, Workflow and News. More than 20 faculty members participated in the week-long training session.
Brigadier Tahir Mehmood of the ISPR, federal secretary Saleem Ranjha, chief executive officer of the Mishal Pakistan Amir Jahangir, Founder and President of Agahi Puruesh Chaudhry and youth leader, social activist and entrepreneur, Farzana Yaqoob, attended various sessions as guest of honours.
Lead trainer and senior journalist, Tahir Dhindsa said, “the people who are legitimately attempting to deliver honest news are really facing a tough, uphill climb.” Mishal Pakistan is playing its part in promoting media ethics through various initiativesinvolving journalists and media houses. The team Mishal has more than 20 years of experience in news management and media development, editing and organisational leadership at the national level. Mishal has the credit of training more than 3,000 journalists on various verticals of journalism in socio-economic and political spheres.