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Sputnik news agency journalists held lecture for Indian students

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Sputnik news agency journalists held lecture for Indian students


07.08.2020

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Media wars, fake news, features of modern journalism - these and other issues were raised by employees of the Sputnik international news agency and radio at the first lecture for students of the Indian Sharda University within the SputnikPro project, RIA Novosti reports.

The series of lectures and master classes was attended by students of the Faculty of Media, Film Production and Entertainment Industry of one of the largest universities in India. Sputnik's representatives dedicated their first online lesson to the topic of fake news and information wars. They also discussed what the future holds for the media.

The organizers were satisfied with the international demand for the project, stressing that the situation in the world is pushing for the intensification of the exchange of experience between journalists from different countries. Students thanked the lecturers for the lesson.

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