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Teacher of the Faculty of Journalism of ZNU Nataliia Vyhovska won the contest of the National Union of Journalists

04.06.2014 13:30 All Faculties Journalism Факультет журналістики

Journalist, permanent author of "Telekrytyka" teacher of the Faculty of Journalism of Zaporizhzhya National University Nataliia Vyhovska became the winner of the contest, organized by the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine. She received the prize in the nomination "The best coverage of the activities of journalists and media industry issues".

Victoriously became her material "Journalistic identity as an aggravating factor" is dedicated to media workers who suffered during the dispersal of the Maidan in Kiev January 26.
Traditionally the Day of Journalist, which celebrated June 6, National Union of Journalists of Ukraine conducts creative competitions. Thus, significant professional achievements journalists was awarded "Journalist of the Year" (chief editor of "Priazovskiy rabochiy" Mykola Tokarskyi, correspondent of the newspaper "Subbota Plus" Victoriia Butko, journalist of Kherson RSTBC "Skifia" Anastasiia Soboleva).
Also determined the winners in such categories as "Best Regional Newspaper", "Best District Newspaper", "Best City Newspaper", "Best Regional TV", "Best Regional Radio", "Best Professional (Corporate) Edition" "Best Regional Online Media", "Journalistic Action", "For Better Coverage of the Activities of Journalists Issues and Media Industry".
This year National Union of Journalists added another special award - "For Courage," which the jury noted local newspaper "Gorniak" (Torez, Donetsk region).
According to first secretary of National Union of Journalists Serhii Tomilenko, creative competitions - an opportunity to support colleagues who gained recognition audiences and celebrate local branches of the union, whose active work could be a model for other.

Kateryna Poliakova

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