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Sports Journalism Workshop

Sports Journalism Workshop

Colombo, September 4-5, 2014 – The Ministry of Sports and the Sri Lankan Sports Journalists Association held a two-day Sports Journalism Workshop for the Sri Lankan sports writers at the National Institute of Sports Science (NISS).

Senior Indian Sports Journalist Manish Sharma and Vijaya Kumar, gave a presentation at the workshop on 4th and 5th September, focusing on theory and practice of sports journalism, such as challenges of sports reporting, Issues face in covering mega sports events and Factual reporting with positive criticism.

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The members of Sri Lankan Sports Journalists Association Executive Committee, headed by Ranjan Paranavithana, took part in the educational program.

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The Secretary of the Ministry of Sports Anura Jayawickrama, Director General Department of Sports Development Ranjani Jayakody, Secretary of Media Harsha Abeykoon and several officials were present on this occasion at the opening day.

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