Thursday, November 18, 2010

Looking for an international television training in Nepal?

Here is a good news for television journalists based in Nepal. Television Journalists Association Nepal, a group of television professionals in partnership with the DW Akademie one of the premier institutions of media education and training in Europe has come up with a training on the latest and globally accepted techniques on television news reporting. Last year i had taken this training and it proved to be very useful for me in many ways. You can check my experience at this link and the video that our team produced below.

This year I will be working as a facilitator in the workshop as I am in the organizing team of TVJ, where I work as a program coordinator.

Here are the details:
TV News reporting refreshment training workshop:
Duration: November 29th to December 17th 2010
Working days -5 days workshop from Monday to Friday.
Time: 9 am to 3.30pm
Eligibility: Television Journalists with at least two years of reporting experience in television medium.
Cost: No charge.
Organizer:
The DW Akademie is one of the premier institutions of media education and training in Europe. The roots of Deutsche Welle’s international training activities go back to over 40 years.
TVJ Nepal, a group of television professionals in Nepal.

Certification:
Participants who successfully complete the program will be issued a certificate by DW-AKADEMIE
Contact: rajneeshtimes@gmail.com or himaltv@gmail.com
Participants must confirm that you will not miss any sessions.
Seats are limited and it will be given on first come first basis.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Video: What are participants going to do after they reach back home?

What are participants going to do after they reach back home to fight against corruption?

Friday, November 12, 2010

Video- Who inspired you to fight against corruption?

Today is the third day of 14th IACC. In this video: I have asked the participants of 14th IACC who inspired them to fight against corruption? It is very inspiring because people have answered the question from their heart. I look forward to read your view. Who inspired you to fight against corruption?

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

We have come here to learn techniques to fight against corruption: Participants

Rajneesh Bhandari reports from Bangkok about the first day of 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference. More than 1,000 people from 100 different countries are participating in the conference. Take a look at what they have to say.

14th IACC kicks off

14th IACC to kick off in few hours!

Rajneesh Bhandari/Bangkok
The much awaited 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference, popularly known as 14IACC, is about to start in few hours. The conference is being held at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, one of the biggest convention centers in Bangkok
I am one of the eight young Asian journalists selected to cover the 14th  IACC in social media. 
If you aren't here in Bangkok you don't need to worry much because we(the social media team) will not only report the speeches, workshops, abstracts and reports but also tweet the excitements and good spirit of the participants. Our major objective is to spark an online discussion. And we welcome your comments, feedbacks, ideas, recommendations and suggestions on the issues that are going to be discussed.  Best questions and recommendations will be put to the speakers. 

Monday, November 8, 2010

Is Nepal preparing enough for NTY 11?

It was raining heavily and I was walking through Rastriya Naach Ghar, Jamal. The main chowk of Jamal was flooded with water. Passerby including me faced difficulties to pass through the road due to the water that was more than one feet deep. The garbage littered around made the situation even terrible. Incidents like this happen during summer every other day and at different spots. “How can I pass through this?” a girl near me questioned herself.
Nepal has declared 2011 as Nepal Tourism Year.
Unable to find the answer, she took her sandals on her hand and crossed the water. There was nobody at the place to make the drainage system work. And the busy schedule didn’t allow us to wait for few more minutes. A foreigner by my side also took out his shoes and crossed the water. They were not crossing any natural river, it was raining and waster was blocked by the garbage. He was also following the girl like a child. I was behind him and I had no options left than to walk through the water by soaking my shoes and shocks. Germs must have made a good way in through my shoes. 

Friday, November 5, 2010

Garbage Problem in Kathmandu

This news package is produced for DW Akademie and TVJ Nepal’s television reporting training held in Kathmandu from 17th August to 5th September 2009.

This news package is produced for DW Akademie and TVJ Nepal’s television reporting training held in Kathmandu from 17th August to 5th September 2009.
This television report is prepared by the group of: Rajneesh Bhandari, Richa Ranjitkar and Dip Rayamajhi. The reporting, writing and editing was done by Rajneesh and Richa where as filming was done by Dip.
Special Thanks to Prateebha Tuladhar for Voice over. Also thanks to Kamal Pariyar, Indira Aryal, Sachen Gautam, Amar Shrestha and Gokul Shrestha.
Reporting on Television : Roll! Rolling! …
By Rajneesh Bhandari
Sound ready? Ready! Camera Ready? Ready! Roll! Rolling! …
Producers and camerapersons are shooting in the middle of the garbage management site Sisdol. But the shooting has no Kollywood heroes and heroines. Instead all actors are real characters who collect plastic bags from the garbage piles at the Sisdol Landfill site. The summer heat has released a foul stench, but the participants seem unaware of this, focused as they are on getting better shots and audio. Their purpose is not commercial, they are shooting as part of DW Akademie and TVJ Nepal’s three week long training on reporting for television.
The article was published on The Kathmandu Post on September, 7 2009. For more clickhere.