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The Journalists Association “Novomedia” 

"The transformation of media returns the transformation of nation"


The Novomedia Association is the all-Ukrainian non-governmental journalistic organization. It was founded in 2004 on the initiative of journalist Ruslan Kukharchuk. The Association unites Christian journalists and other creative stuff of different media in two common ways: spiritual unity and professional interests.

For today, Novomedia  Association  includes about 200 members from secular and Christian media and has representatives in the majority of regions of Ukraine. There are also members of the community in Russian Federation, USA and Canada.

The official Novomedia website became multilingual


The Official Website of the  Novomedia Association announcing three language site publishing.  As of now website of the organization will function in Ukrainian (administrative base), English and Russian languages.  Administrative base of Ukrainian version website is located  Mirroring version of the website also remains at the old address – 

This page contains all the loaded official documentation, presentations and corporate news, thematic articles and interviews. And also specialized sections - Legal Consultation, Training, All for journalists and media monitoring, thematic resources - online store, page conference "Christianity online”, registration of  media, etc. 

English version of the website is located Russian version of the website is located at These language versions contain only official documentation, information about membership, contacts, corporative news and presentations. 

"Constant expansion of the Journalists Association ”Novomedia”, including of geographic kind, prompted  the transition to multilingual site publishing. We improve our services to the professional audiences in different countries.  In this context, significant necessity is the English version of our Internet sites, " stated president of the organization, Ruslan Kukharchuk. 

All three sites are being updated regularly. Each of them leads to a version of a different language. 

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