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13.12.2019 18:42 News >> Anadolu Agency Starts Student Project To Mark Centenary

Anadolu Agency Starts Student Project To Mark Centenary

Next Century’s Journalists project to allow university students to share their stories with public through Anadolu Agency.

Turkey's leading Anadolu Agency will provide an opportunity for university students to share their works with the public. The project will mark the centenary of the agency's establishment.
The project, titled Next Century's Journalists, aims to encourage communication faculty students in Turkey to share their peculiar works with a wider audience as 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the agency.
As part of the project, news, photos, videos and infographics that students will prepare individually or as a team will be evaluated by a group of jury.
The successful works that meet the news criteria will be shared with the readers on Anadolu Agency's website as well as on a micro web site specially prepared for the occasion.
- Each university to publish one news story
The project offers each school joining the project the right to publish a news story after the evaluation.
Applications for the project will start on Dec. 16 and the results will be announced in February 2020. The publication of the projects will continue till April 6, 2020, the date marking Anadolu Agency's establishment.
A news story will be published each day as part of the project and the Anadolu Agency website will include participating students' personal and university information.
Anadolu Agency's Deputy Director General and Editor-in-Chief Metin Mutanoglu said that the project also aims to encourage future journalists and contribute to their self-confidence and experience.
"I believe that many of our young colleagues will participate in the project with their successful and exemplary works, and [they] will keep their news story on Anadolu Agency's website as a good memory for years," Mutanoglu said. -



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