Uzhgorod residents will hear lectures by Nataliya Zotova and Valentyn Kuzan (Registration)

11 November 2013 16:20  9750559 051320
Uzhgorod residents will hear lectures by Nataliya Zotova and Valentyn Kuzan (Registration)

Recall that on 23 and 24 of November, there will be workshops and lectures in the "FRI media school" for all those interested in new media and social networks.

The event is organized by an activist and member of the Foundation of Regional Initiatives Olga Betsa.

The lecturers, as Olga told us, will be not only from Uzhgorod. During two days, the visitors will hear lectures from: the correspondent of the "1+1" channel in Transcarpathia Nataliya Zotova on "Traditional media: how they work and are they alive" and the photographer Valentyn Kuzan who will tell about the features of high-quality photo reporting. Also writer Tomas Deyak will read lectures "Copywriting - easy start" and "Clear positioning of the website, correct monetization of websites". Olena Sovyn from Lviv will tell "How to use your time in social networks properly and effectively," Karina Lazaruk (Lviv/Kyiv) - "How to create online topics," and Yuliya Kushnir (Ivano-Frankivsk) will speak on a no less interesting topic "Blogging: how to attract readers to your blog?". 

"We want to tell people how to effectively use their time on the internet, how to promote their projects in social networks, and how to find work with their help. In our school, within two days, you can listen to lectures about new media, high-quality photo reports, copywriting and more" - the organizer of the "FRI media school" said.

The training will begin on 23 and 24 of November at 10.00 and run until 17.00 - with a break for lunch.

Recall that interested persons can already sign up to attend HERE.
The registration fee is 15 UAH, which will be spent for coffee breaks and handouts.

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