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KUNA Training center launches mobile journalism program

KUWAIT: Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) Center for the Development of Media Skills launched Sunday the Mobile Journalism – Initial Level within its 2022-2023 training season. In a press statement, the Center said that the program, which will last for four days and presented by the academic and media figure Abdullah Kafawin from Jordan TV Channel, aims to refine and develop the trainees’ practical skills in photography, video editing, and montage using mobile applications and smart devices. The program, taking place at the KUNA headquarter focuses on the basics of the mobile journalism, the various communication tools, multimedia stories, and text writing. The Center called on those wishing to register in the center’s programs to call 2221800 (ext. 1878 – 1802 – 1540).

On June 8, KUNA Center for the Development of Media Skills concluded its first training program ‘reports, publications and documentary materials’, with the participation of 14 trainees from KUNA and the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, on the basis of writing news reports and publications, drafting news introductions and their types, choosing their topics, and setting up indexes and brochures schemes. The center will also hold, within its training season 2022-2023, three programs: mobile journalism – advanced level, analytical reading of the Kuwait Stock Exchange – history – listing – trading and grammar in editing press news.

The KUNA Center, established in December 1995, is considered one of the oldest media training centers and provided about 544 training programs in various media fields, with the participation of 5,166 people from inside and outside Kuwait. It is concerned with increasing the skills of professional journalistic work and upgrading media content. It also aims to bring theory and practice closer together in the field of press release writing, so that the trainee gets a scientific and practical start that will enable him to move forward in the world of journalism with a clear foundations and professional skills. – KUNA

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