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Tuesday, 15 October 2019

BARCLAYS HOSTS ABSA DATA JOURNALISM MASTERCLASS

A cross-section of media practitioners who attended the ABSA Highway Africa Journalism Masterclass, pose with their Certificates of Achievement. Seventh right is the Barclays Bank Tanzania Managing Director, Abdi Mohamed.
Barclays Bank Tanzania Managing Director, Abdi Mohamed speaks to the media practitioners shortly before closing the two-day training program.
Kitomari Banking & Finance Blog Managing Director, Arden Kitomari (left) receives his Certificate of Achievement from Barclays Bank Tanzania Managing Director, Abdi Mohamed (right).
Kitomari Banking & Finance Blog Managing Director, Arden Kitomari (left) receives a bag of goodies from Barclays Bank Tanzania Managing Director, Abdi Mohamed (centre). Looking on is Barclays Bank Tanzania Head of Marketing & Corporate Relations, Aron Luhanga.
Media practitioners who attended the training in a group photograph with their trainer, Dr. Peter Verweij (fourth left).
Barclays Bank: Media need data journalism

Barclays Bank Tanzania Managing Director, Abdi Mohamed, has advised media practitioners to invest more time in data journalism so as to improve their work and remain relevant in the market, in the wake of growing social media impact on journalism.

Mr. Mohamed said that time when traditional media - radio, television or newspapers were the only way to reach the public was on its way out and hence journalists must become more innovative to remain relevant in the market.

"The 'he-said or she-said' is not enough if journalists are to remain relevant," said Mr. Mohamed at the closure of a two-day Highway Africa Masterclass for Data Journalism in Dar es Salaam recently.

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