Topic: media

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WATERTOWN — The media commentator traveling the longest way to participate in the Armenian Mirror-Spectator journalists’ panel on Media Coverage of Armenia and Karabakh Today (October 27) at Tufts University[...]

YEREVAN (Zartonk) — The annual Armenian PR Awards, held since 2015, this year took place on June 22 in Yeraz Park. The winners in the Diaspora Media category included two[...]

By Dr. Arshavir Gundjian, C.M. The whole world has been watching with utter dismay for over a month the incredible scenes of the devastating war in Ukraine. A peaceful country,[...]

By Astghik Hovhannisyan Senior lecturer, Russia-Armenian University, Yerevan Visiting researcher, Ritsumeikan University, Japan TOKYO – On November 7, 1918 the Japanese newspaper Asahi published an article titled “Mass Killings of[...]

LOS ANGELES (TAAL) — Five months after activating an informal task force addressing Azerbaijan’s and Turkey’s sudden, violent, and unprovoked genocidal assault and ethnic-cleansing attack against Armenians in Artsakh (Nagorno[...]

NEW YORK – A demonstration against biased New York Times coverage of the Artsakh conflict began on the afternoon of November 1 at the New York Armenian Prelacy, with protesters[...]

WATERTOWN – The accompanying letter is addressed to the BBC’s American offices concerning BBC coverage of the current attacks on the Republic of Mountainous Karabakh (Artsakh). Dear sirs, When the[...]

LOS ANGELES — Among the many influential Armenians in Los Angeles, Anna Magzanyan of the Los Angeles Times stands out as a top marketing strategist with a background that covers[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — On October 5 a panel discussion on “Expanding Inclusion of Media Literacy in Education in Armenia: Challenges and Opportunities” showcased a delegation of Armenian educators and media[...]