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The participants of the special press-tour of Novomedia Association visited the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, in Jerusalem. During the visit, they had a chance to communicate with Mr. Zvi Rav-Ner, who is the Deputy Director of Department of Eurasia.  



"Let the people know the facts and the country will be safe." - Abraham Lincoln

 “The first casualty when war comes is truth." - Hiram Johnson

Over the two past centuries, mass media has been a full-fledged subject of military conflicts across the world. Initially represented by newspapers, mass media gradually expanded its platform to the radio, television and at the end of the 20thcentury – Internet. Not only all of them – editorial offices, journalists, editors...


On November 7-9, 2014 International Novomedia Forum took place in Kyiv. The event brought together the best speakers – primarily journalists and bloggers – from across Ukraine. Among the participants were also representatives of two Russian editorial offices. They took an active part in discussion sessions focused on the information war issues.

Organizers traditionally emphasized the crucial importance of high professional standards and commitment to eternal values in journalism. This year, the main focus of the forum was the phenomenon of truth. Truth, in fact, became the main...


On Sunday, in the framework of Novomedia Awards ceremony, distinguished media professionals received awards for covering Christian values in their materials. This year, 7 editorial offices and journalists were awarded, including Yedinstvennaya and Focus magazines, online public television channel Hromadske TV, as well as Novyi Kanal and STB national TV channels.

Particularly, journalists of Abzats program at Novyj Kanal (New Channel) covered their conversation with chaplains, who were ministering in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone. Notably, as of now there is no...


In early 2008 he wrote his first letter to me — an invitation to a Journalism Conference in the Czech Republic. A few months later in May Arne Fjeldstad and I met in person for the first time.  Three delegates from Ukraine and a few dozen from all over Europe gathered together in Prague at his invitation. 

By then Arne had been head of The Media Project (TMP) for a couple of years. Its mission is to help sociopolitical journalists around the world get a handle on religious topics and provide good coverage thereof. To see that become reality as head of TMP he worked hard around...