Weekly e-bulletin of Internews Kazakhstan
In the framework of the project of informational
support of mass media Internews Kazakhstan presents a weekly
Russian-language e-bulletin ‘PeRspecTiVe’.
The bulletin is being sent over by e-mail, regularly
published on our Web-site and is always available on-line.
Subscribers of the bulletin are TV and radio stations and print
media companies, representatives of international organizations and
local NGOs, embassies, deputies of the Parliament.
The bulletin has been published since January 1998.
The edition was called ‘PeRspecTiVe’. What do the capital letters
mean? ‘R’ means ‘radio’ and ‘TV’ means ‘television’. Internews
Kazakhstan mission is to foster independent media in Kazakhstan.
One of the principles of Internews is to encourage
people to unite with the aid of electronic mass media. That is why
the bulletin was intended to be a source of interesting and helpful
information for mass media professionals and a connecting-link
between independent TV and radio stations and state authorities,
NGOs, foundations for media support, freedom of speech and
The publication covers a range of various topics
related to the activities of electronic mass media in Kazakhstan.
The most recent news about independent television
and radio stations can be found in the regular ‘News’ column.
In the columns ‘News of Internews’ and ‘Projects of
Internews’ we publish the information on our activities and new/existing
In the column ‘Trainings of Internews’ you can find the regularly
updated information on educational projects and trainings conducted
by Internews Kazakhstan.
News about particular radio and television stations
you can find in the column ‘Our Colleagues' Activities’.
In the column ‘Trainings, Competitions, Conferences’
you will find the announcements on trainings and various events held
for mass media by other organizations.
The staff lawyer of Internews Kazakhstan Sergey
Vlasenko uses various situations that journalists face in their
professional activities to explain, with references to the
legislation, whether state officials act legally or not towards
journalists. What should the journalists do in some specific
situations? What are their rights and responsibilities? All this
information can be found in the column ‘Situation’. Our lawyer also
provides the commentary to the legislation regulating media
activities in the column ‘Juristic Commentary’.
News about television and radio technology,
companies distributing or manufacturing television or radio
equipment and software, as well as answers to most frequently asked
questions can be found in ‘Technology’ column edited by Galymzhan
Sagyndykov, the technical director of Internews Kazakhstan.
Reviews and interesting articles on TV and radio,
everything published by Kazakhstani and foreign media regarding
electronic mass media may be found in the column ‘Media about
A lot of other useful and interesting information
for electronic mass media is published in our e-bulletin.
The full version of the bulletin (in Russian)
starting with issue #1 may be found in the Russian-language
section of our site.
The project is sponsored by the United States Agency
for International Development (USAID).
Editor of the bulletin is
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information, please send to:
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