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MAINSTREAM held a workshop ‘How to create an independent media and stay sane’
Petro Myronenko
Petro Myronenko
Co-Founder and Deputy Chief Editor of The Bell project
‘Find your niche and define your strong points. Do something better than your competitors. If you try to be a match to big media, you’ll lose, because their resource base is incomparably bigger. For example, one of The Bell advantages is a new format of business journalism. We never deliver news just for the sake of news, but we explain what’s in it for you.’
MAINSTREAM held a workshop for annual PRESSZVANIE awards

On April 16 MAINSTREAM held a workshop called ‘How to create an independent media and stay sane’ for annual PRESSZVANIE awards. Co-Founder and Deputy Chief Editor of The Bell project Petro Myronenko was the spokesman at the event.

Petro told to journalists and editors of Ukrainian mass media about his experience of creating business media and also shared his ideas regarding appropriate tools and should one wait while working on a brand-new project.

The workshop continues to implement the mission of PRESSZVANIE project team, which has been developing Ukrainian journalism for the recent 15 years. This event gathered all those journalists that feel the urge to create new, independent media projects and change the approach to the profession on the level of the whole country in the new Academy DTEK space.

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PRESSZVANIE

is the prize for journalists conducted in Ukraine since 2005. The prize awards journalists and editors of business, sociopolitical and lifestyle publications for their leadership and professionalism. PRESSZVANIE is the only prize with open and transparent voting.