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OSCE Office presents report on the impact of economic crisis on independent media in Tajikistan

30 August 2016

Enhancing the professional development of journalists, training young reporters, making greater use of multimedia, establishing commercial departments as part of editorial offices, and creating an alternative system of newspaper distribution were some of the recommendations presented by the OSCE Office in Tajikistan on 27 August 2016 in their survey on the impact of the financial crisis on the country’s independent media.

The report’s recommendations seek to help the media outlets which do not receive state funding to continue their work. More than 30 representatives of the government, media community, media-related NGOs and international organizations attended the report’s presentation in Dushanbe.

The survey questioned 60 media executives and editors of various media outlets throughout the country.

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