Understanding How Media Works

02:00 PM - 06:30 PM

DEW School, 2nd Floor, Bhaskar House, Ahmedabad

Workshop fees: Rs. 5000/- per person

Seats maximum 50

To register, send an email to director@dew.school with name & phone number

2017-05-27 14:00:00 2017-05-27 18:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Understanding How Media Works

Understanding How Media Works – Workshop in Ahmedabad

 

Key Point of the workshop:

1 A workshop designed specially for corporate communication and other communication professionals.

2 Learn how to strategise and effectively communicate with the media and get maximum coverage

3 If you felt your media communication is not yielding desired results, then this is the workshop designed for you!

 

Shyam Parekh (Workshop Conductor)

Leading Journalist; Festival director,

Gujarat Literature Festival & Founder DEW School

 

A senior journalist with nearly 25 years of journalistic experience in mainstream media, is the founder and key faculty of DEW School. He has successfully launched several newspapers and trained hundreds of journalists who are now employed in several media organisations in India and many other countries.

DEW School, 2nd Floor, Bhaskar House, Ahmedabad

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Understanding How Media Works – Workshop in Ahmedabad

 

Key Point of the workshop:

1 A workshop designed specially for corporate communication and other communication professionals.

2 Learn how to strategise and effectively communicate with the media and get maximum coverage

3 If you felt your media communication is not yielding desired results, then this is the workshop designed for you!

 

Shyam Parekh (Workshop Conductor)

Leading Journalist; Festival director,

Gujarat Literature Festival & Founder DEW School

 

A senior journalist with nearly 25 years of journalistic experience in mainstream media, is the founder and key faculty of DEW School. He has successfully launched several newspapers and trained hundreds of journalists who are now employed in several media organisations in India and many other countries.

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