Media fellows for climate change reporting declared; two IFP staff selected

A total of 12 journalists were selected in four categories for the Media Fellowship.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 16 Nov 2020, 1:32 am

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The Directorate of Environment and Climate Change, Manipur has declared the names of selected journalists for ‘2nd State level media fellowship programme on Climate Change Reporting’ for a period of November 2020-November 2021.

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In all, 12 journalists were selected in four categories. They are staff reporter of Imphal Free Press, Babie Shirin and staff reporter of The People’s Chronicle, Longjam Arishrona for women category; staff reporter, Impact TV, Kshetrimayum Premchand Singh and video journalist, ISTV News, Michaeljit Yumnam for electronic media category.

In hill journalists category, AIR Imphal correspondent Pouguilung Kamei (Agui); assistant editor, Hills Hornbill Express, Thomas Felix; correspondent, The People’s Chronicle, R Lester Makang and editor, The Tamenglong Times, Jimmy Pamei were selected.

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For open category, special correspondent, TOM TV, Huidrom Romen Singh; staff reporter, Imphal Free Press, Phurailatpam Keny Devi; staff reporter, Sangai Express, Nando Waikhom and sub editor, Poknapham, Daniel Chabungbam were selected.

 

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First published:14 Nov 2020, 3:06 pm

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