Activities of Media Studies

2018

Media Trainer and Research Scholar Dr. Chandrika Subramaniam from Australia visited to the department and conducted a sharing session on ‘Editorial Leadership’ on 02.01.2018

2017

Field Visit on ‘Newspaper Reporting and Editing’ for the Media Studies students to ‘Yarl Thinakkural’ Tamil Daily, November 28th to 30th and December 21st and 22nd 2017.

   

The Senior Journalist of B.B.C. Tamil Service, Mr. Poobalaratnam Seevakan from United Kingdom delivered a guest lecture on ‘Broadcasting Techniques’ on 19.12.2017

Editor, Tamil Guardian Dr.N.Thusiyan from United Kingdom delivered a guest lecture on ‘Online Journalism – Challenges and Opportunities’ on 22.11.2017

Conducted Seminar for the Media Studies students on ‘Investigative Journalism for Inclusive Development organized by Media Studies in partnership with Institute of War and Peace Reporting (IWPR), Sri Lanka Development Journalist Forum (SDJF) and Postgraduate Institute of Agriculture (PGIA), University of Peradeniya on 28th and 29th September, 2017.

     

 

Conducted Workshop on ‘Desktop Publishing’ for the Media Studies students with the collaboration of Computer Unit, University of Jaffna, 27.05.2017

Conducted Public Consultation Seminar  on Draft Act for ‘Independent Council for News Media Standards’ with the collaboration of National Secretariat for Media Reforms in Jaffna on 08th June, 2017

   
     

Editor in Chief Tamil Guardian Ms. Abinaya Nathan and Editors Dr.N.Thusiyan and Mr.S.Sutharsan from United Kingdom delivered a guest lecture on ‘Trends in Online Tamil Media Landscape’ on 26.05.2017.


Conducted Workshop on ‘Adobe Premier’ for the Media Studies students with the collaboration of MayZone College, Leading Multimedia Training Providers, Jaffna, 26.05.2017

Conducted Workshop on ‘Editing Documentary Films’ for the Media Studies Students by the Mr.S.Sriram, Audio- Visual Technical Officer, Eastern University on 20th to 22nd March, 2017.


Staff and students of Media Studies conducted ‘Audience Analysis for the Introduction of Reconciliation Channel in Tamil’ with the collaboration of State Rupavahini Corporation in Northern Province


Third year Special Degree Media Studies students produced 07 number of Documentary Films on various social, political and cultural issues in Jaffna Peninsula


Tamil language version of Sri Lanka’s Media Development Indicators (MDI) Report ‘Rebuilding Public Trust’ launched in Jaffna on 24 January 2017, the event was organized by the Media Studies, Jaffna Press Club and the National Secretariat for Media Reforms (NSMR).

 

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