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Oppo organize day-long mobile journalism workshop


Published : 27 Oct 2021 05:15 PM | Updated : 28 Oct 2021 12:55 PM

Owing to abundance of very high-quality smartphones, even the definition of mobile journalism is getting modified as people can now do journalism with just a smartphone in their hands.

This has opened up many new doors, both for the professional journalists and the enthusiasts who want to do journalism.

Realizing the growing popularity of mobile journalism, smart device brand OPPO has recently organized a workshop on mobile journalism on Saturday. OPPO has always patronized mobile journalism in Bangladesh and taken various steps including organizing workshops from time to time to contribute to the development of media industry.

In continuation of the efforts to develop mobile journalism scenario in the country, OPPO arranged this workshop. Dr. Abdul Kabil Khan, Assistant Professor of ULAB, conducted the workshop. Students from different educational institutions, journalists from media houses and those who want to pursue journalism as a career took part in the workshop.

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All these things and perspectives were discussed at the workshop. Dr. Abdul Kabil Khan, Assistant Professor of ULAB, said at the workshop, “Mobile journalism is redefining the way we convey information to the readers and audience, and causing unprecedented changes in the industry. With almost everyone equipped with a smartphone, anyone can behave responsibly and help disseminate information in meaningful ways. Mobile journalism will expand and be an integral part of mainstream media in the near future.”

The workshop also shed light on ins and out of mobile journalism, what someone needs to know about mobile journalism and how to do this with cent percent precision and accuracy. It was an enlightening session for the journalists as well as participants.    

In the wake of rising smartphone penetration, content creators are also taking help of smart devices to develop meaningful contents that will make a difference. Consequently, many tech reviewers also participated in the workshop to get some insights about creating time-befitting contents using smartphones.

It was a day dedicated to mobile journalism and the participants came back home with new insights and a smile on their face as it created new outlets of thoughts among them. OPPO as part of its commitment will keep arranging such workshops in the days to come for people who take interest in mobile journalism.