At first thank you for arranging this interview. I began working on the media based on my personal interests and with journalism. Although at the same time I was a mechanical engineering student, I entered the training courses of the Young Journalism Club and, with the encouragement of my professors, I became more interested in this field, and eventually I entered the journalism professionally. At the Young Club of Journalists, I trained in news, newsletters, television news and talks techniques, and after I successfully completing the tests at the political group, I started may job in the Journalists’ Cub.
Which fields of journalism did you do?
I started my activity as a political reporter for the political group, and over the course of about four years, I produced a few thousand minutes of TV reports on this field that went on the antenna of various networks. Most notably, the reports were broadcast in the news magazine and different sections of the network news. Reporters usually have specialized areas in newsgroups and their activities are more colorful in their areas. I was also involved with the Ministry of the Interior and the State Department, and I was in charge of the Presidential Club for about two years and covered the news on this section.
What features does television journalism have? Tell your particular aspect of your work?
Television is a very sensitive place. The spectrum of our audience is so wide that a single event can have very different and contradictory views. On the other hand, if there is a mistake, there may no longer be an opportunity to compensate. So it should be very accurate. Add all this to the difficulty of producing reports and getting information about a subject; it’s made up of a career journalist who needs to be patient and accurate to do it.
You also have a history of live TV shows, tell us about the TV shows
Yes. I spent three years almost daily performing two live programs “with nineteen and a half” and “young journalists” on the news network. These programs had reports in various cultural, economic, sports and other areas.
Is it harder to broadcast television live programs or journalism?
Is not possible to choose one. The reporter has hard conditional problems, heat and cold, and live performance has no way to edit. That is, whatever you said, the moment has arrived at the millions of people.
You also have a production experience, tell the profession.
I have been working as a producer
These programs also include TV documentaries?
Yes. Several documentary cases were produced by me and my colleagues
Thank you for participating in this conversation.