Last week to apply for the Summer Media School in Lisbon!

2nd of August is the deadline to apply for the Summer Media School, which will take place in Lisbon from the 21st to 30th of September.

190 young media makers from Romania already did it!

Anunțuri

Joburi in trustul Bursa

Iata o serie de joburi disponibile pentru studentii de la jurnalism in cadrul trustului Bursa:

TEHNOREDACTOR

Cerinte:
Studii superioare in curs, bune abilitati de operare a calculatorului: Corel Draw ( nivel mediu), Word, Excel, viteza  de lucru.

Responsabilitati:
Machetare pagini ziar si supliment, prelucrare fotografii
Se ofera training, posibilitati de profesionalizare

Program de lucru:
Full-time

Persoanele interesate  sunt rugate sa trimita candidatura la : cv@bursa.ro sau la fax: 021/312.45.56. Informatii la telefon: 0770.799.413

OPERATOR CALCULATOR

Cerinte:
Studii superioare in curs sau finalizate, bune abilitati de operare a calculatorului, viteza mare de dactilografiere, limba engleza.

Responsabilitati:
Introducere texte, tabele, grafice, site.

Program de lucru:
Full-time

Persoanele interesate  sunt rugate sa trimita candidatura la : cv@bursa.ro sau la fax: 021/312.45.56. Informatii la telefon: 0770.799.413


The last issue of Orange magazine is now online!

A team of young journalists from all over Europe managed to realize in one day a new Orange issue, dedicated this time to the final conference of the European Young Journalist Award.

ASJC supported the contest by helping the national coordinator to spread the news among young journalists from Romania. Three of our members also wrote articles for the competition’s website. You can read Denisa’s article here, Florin’s article here and Carmen’s article here. Romania was also represented in the Orange team.

You can download the newest issue of the Orange magazine here. Enjoy your reading!


Call for participants at Summer Media School in Lisbon

Jovens Jornalistas, the European Youth Press observer member organization, will host a Summer Media School in Lisbon, between 21st – 30th of September.

During 8 days 40 young media makers will work in one of the four workshops: television, radio, photography or printed media. You’ll indulge in a rich learning environment and a fun experience, all run by young people for young people. Enjoy the exchange of knowledge and cultures, while relaying on team work. On your four last days, you will be working online on your final project, which will call for your creativity. Don’t worry, there is still time for party!

If you’re between 18 and 25 years, active in the field of media (student in Communication or Journalism, young professional or freelancer), you feel comfortable working in English and you have already participated in an international event, come and join us!

Send your application until the the 2nd of August at sms_portugal2008@sapo.pt!

The participation fee is 250 euro. Travel costs, accomodation, meals and working materials will be covered by the organizers. Participants should come from one of the followoing countries: Portugal, Spain, Italy, Romania, Germany, France, UK, Belgium, Sweden, Austria, Hungary, Malta and Bulgaria (*). Applicants willing to participate, but coming from another country, should send an e-mail at sms_portugal2008@sapo.pt! 

The application form can be found here.

For any more information you may need, please contact asjc_bucuresti@yahoo.com.

 

Later edit: Participants will have to book their own travel tickets and they will get the costs reimboursed after the event.

 


PRESS RELEASE – YOUTH MEDIA MEETING

22 – 26 July 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria

The objectives of Youth Media Network Association (Bulgaria) project called “Provocations of European Citizenship” are raising awareness of the concept of active European citizenship at local level and “helping the young people to gain new knowledge about the European reality and European Citizenship”, and how important the media are especially with their informative function.

This project is supported by Youth in Action Program and hosted by hotel Hilton Sofia and Bulgarian Parliament with media partnership of Bulgarian National Television and with sponsorship of Burger King and Bulgaria Air Company.

The meeting in Sofia is under the patronage of the Bulgarian minister for European affairs – Ms Gergana Grancharova.

The activities on the project include a meeting of 60 young media makers and students (17-26 Years old), representatives of 5 students’ non-governmental organizations and youth journalists’ organizations from Bulgaria and Romania, who are going to exchange  an expеrience and expertise thus improving their knowledge of the concept of European Citizenship and understand its mission as mediators between the European reality and the Youth; Constructing our universal European home with the active participation of the local youth societies.

The participants are going to make declaration with ideas about how to achieve active European citizenship on a local level, which declaration they will present and discuss with congressmen from Bulgarian parliament’s citizenship and media commission.

The participants will attend a workshop in The Bulgarian National Television. They will make a movie about spontaneus impressions , common work , the activities during the project and this movie will show the results and aims of the project to the big audience.

Among the results of this meeting will be an information bulletin in three languages, an internet site with forum will be developed, which will serve as a base for future bipartite initiatives of the youth journalists. This project will keep growing on a local level in the participants’ countries and will guarantee long-lasting contact due to the prepared and signed declaration.

There will be lecturers at their disposal, experts in the sphere of the media, European citizenship and youth politics.

The working methods will be based on non-formal education principles: exercises, games and group dynamics, in plenary or sub-groups, in which the participants are invited to „produce” the content of the seminar rather than to „swallow” the information.

Among the partner organizations in this project is the full member of European Youth Press (EYP) – The Association of Students in Journalism and Communication Studies (Romania). During the last General Assembly of EYP in Barcelona, Youth Media Network Association became “observer member” of the young media makers network.  On 21st July will start the project website http://www.youthonline.eu.