Media Criticism

Mcerc awarded the contestants

On the 10th of November the winners of MCERC’s project “Media Criticism: Young Journalists for Media Empowering” were revealed. The award ceremony was held in Caucasus Media School.

The first prize was given to Ana Urushadze for her TV story – “Suicide in Media Focus”. The second prizes was given to Maia Tchanturidze for her TV story – “Demur Sturua Case”. And the third prize was given to Nia Barabadze for her TV Story – “Music-Educational Programs on TV Screens”.

One of the mentors – journalist Nodar Meladze awarded the winners with special prizes (the vouchers of books) and gave the certificates to them. He said this project was a very good opportunity to improve practical skills and during this project young journalists were able to get a lot of advices from their professional mentors. “I would be happy if I were able to have such opportunity, which MCERC and DW Akademie gave to the contestants today”, – he added.

The competition was held to promote development of media criticism. It provided to create competition materials about media. During some months entry level journalists from 6 different universities created TV stories, digests, blogs about media by supporting their professional mentors and these materials were posted in web site: www.mportal.ge. Three of the winners were revealed by the competent jury.


MCERC’s Competition for Young Journalists

About the project

The competition is held in order to promote the development of media critics. Project is being implemented by Media and Communication Educational and Research Center and by supporting and funding Deutsche Welle Akiademie. იხილე სრულად