Written on 16/08/2017, 08:41 by ccim
internship-at-ccim-develop-skills-build-self-confidence-and-experience-the-real-world   There is nothing more exciting for journalism students than having the chance to engage directly with a media institution to practice the skills they rigorously learnt at university. It is no different for Heang Sokuntheary, a sophomore from the Department of Media and Communication, Royal University of Phnom Penh. Having been motivated by the curiosity to learn new things along with a passion for advocacy, Sokuntheary is working as a Media Intern at the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (CCIM) for eight weeks. Now half way through her internship, the time she has spent at...
Written on 16/08/2017, 08:23 by ccim
from-theory-to-practice-internship-as-an-opportunity-to-see-the-real-world   Seeking justice, providing help and uncovering the truth is what motivated a young and smart girl named Thanh Chansotheary to study media and communication. She would like to become a journalist after graduating.  As a sophomore at the Department of Media and Communication, more commonly known as DMC, of Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP), Sotheary is optimistic that the way for her to contribute to Cambodian society is through her pieces of writing. With her good academic performance and solid commitment to learning and practicing, Sotheary has been given an opportunity to...
Written on 16/06/2017, 10:00 by ccim
law-on-access-to-information-challenges-and-opportunities-for-provincial-broadcasters   With the financial support of European Union through DanChurchAid Cambodia (DCA Cambodia), the Cambodian Center for Independent Media (CCIM) organized a two-day training on access to information (A2I) for CCIM’s media partners who are members of the Media Professionals for Freedom of Expression (MEPRO), a nation-wide network of provincial broadcasters, on June 13-14, 2017. Although the Ministry of Information has worked with diverse stakeholders including civil society groups, media institutions and private sectors to improve the A2I draft law, not many of media institutions are...
Written on 13/04/2017, 02:39 by ccim
net-neurn-a-woman-citizen-journalist-in-kratie-it-is-hard-but-i-am-happy   Her first job as a citizen journalist (CJ) Ms. Neurn started her job as a CJ with VOD on 6 January 2015. It was her first ever job. At first, she faced many difficulties in understanding the job and carrying out her work.“I found it so hard at first to ask questions, write and report. I knew nothing about citizen journalism, and didn’t know how to use a smartphone and social media like Facebook.” However, Ms. Neurn said there were some commitments and reasons that motivated her to take on this work as CJ.“I want to improve my skills, to help my people to be actively engaged in...

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