Thursday, January 7, 2010

Journalism Training

With increasing demand for information on the Internet, in print and/or on TV Screens, the aspect of journalists' training has come to limelight more than ever before. Quality of the content being published hugely, regardless the volume of the information or 'substance', has varying standards.

While it is eventually the readers who form a 'sifting mechanism' that decides as what is going to 'survive' the competition, journalists, for their own sake, need to focus more on enhancing their skills to survive this toughest competition out in the virtual world.


  1. Amer,
    good brief views, somethign on econoym from my side,,,

    This blogs discuss how economy is Pakistan is tht root caue of the main issues, problems as well successes in various sectors of Pakistan. For example when dairy sector grew intoa white revolution than a politticial revolution, it was basicaaly support by good agri sector. Similarly more cars on roads and better motorway forced the government to produce better polciign for it and now highway police is an example of success.
    How many we pay taxes and when lesser taxes ar paid how it causes to more inequitable division of resources and causing social disharmony and corrput politicians who rather force us to vote them only. We then land into such a process or viscious circle of polictico-socio-economics which opens areas of discussion what we would do in this blog of people of common interests.
    Ahmed Mukhtar
    Incharge Business Desk
    Aaj TV Islamavad

  2. I agree with you Amer sb. Welcome to the cybe world :)

  3. Great Ideas.Last 150 years tels us mediums will be keep changing from hand writen journalism to Block printing to 4color,to Radio,TV,....cellphone...,but the constant here is audience.Success will be defined by them and those will "SukSeed" who will work/listen to their hidden expectations and find "Blue Occeans"