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In late December 2012, Novomedia received the official confirmation of its status change from all-Ukrainian to international.

Novomedia has long been working outside Ukraine, with its membership cards issued to citizens of a number of countries. Throughout these years, journalists from neighboring and far-abroad states had continuously appealed to the Association’s office in Kyiv, suggesting to expand  the mission far beyond one country.

It is important to note that Novomedia members and event participants represent countries as diverse as...


Dear Friends, Colleagues, Journalists!

Please accept my sincere greetings on the greatest Birthday of all – theday when we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ! Just liketwo thousand years ago, today thisnews rightly maintains top position in the ratings of in-demand information.

When an angel appeared to Mary, Joseph and the shepherds, first of all he said "Fear not," and then delivered the Good News. Let our joint work in the media bring peoplejoy, hope and positive attitude to life – as opposed tofear and anxiety.

While we report the severe reality and...


On 2-4 November, hundreds of media experts from all over the globe assembled in “Dim Kino” (the Cinema House) in Kyiv to attend the annual International Novomedia Forum. The event’s central topic was “Professional leap and rapid development in a media profession”. The Forum’s traditional tagline is “New Media and Lasting Values”.

“We sincerely hope that the platform we are creating with this Forum is an excellent and convenient place for people who support lasting Christian values to learn some professional skills. On the other hand, those who are already competent...


"The European conference in Kiev, Ukraine had four specific goals: First, to encourage the participants from almost 20 European countries to reflect on how new technologies, including Facebook and Twitter, challenges and changes the daily work of a journalist, and to consider how these challenges also shapes values and ethics in our societies. The German journalists Jochen Mai and Markus Spieker gave thought-provoking introductions on these subjects.

Secondly, we wanted to give the participants a better understanding of the complex...


Around 30 media professionals from 20 countries participated in the European Journalist’s Conference, in Kiev on September 27-29, 2012.  The event was organized by The Media Project. The first evening was dedicated to the subject of "The Church, society and the media in Ukraine."  Journalist and theologian Anatoly Babinsky presented report on that subject.