[Education] Cross-Media Journalism

© Monirul Alam
© Monirul Alam

Finally I was successfully   completed in my  Post-Graduation Certificate Course in Broadcast & Cross-Media Journalism under the BRAC University and PATHSHALA in Collaboration with Erasmus University, Rotterdam the Netherlands. BRAC University and PATHSHALA organized a certificate ceremony in upcoming month (March, 2014) hopefully.

During our long term courses I learned a lot, especially in a new media concept to apply my professional point of view, like Cross-Media Communication experiences that happen across multiple media, like  the Internet, web, video, film, broadcast and cable TV, mobile devices, DVD, print, and radio. Yes, it’s a long experience journey for wondering wisdom. Our final project is highly appreciated from the Academics of BRAC & PATHSHALA.

I thanks to all of my colleagues, friends and staff to get me an opportunity to learn it. I hope it would be a good drives for me to applying in our New Media World. My personal goals are focused around repeatedly improving myself through education and applying my professional fields with new experience. It is also important to me to find financial stability in life through progressing in my career and achieving my goals . . .

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Daily Life in Savar 2014

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Caption: A Bangladeshi villager to takes baths his livestock on the river of Savar, outskirts of Dhaka, at midday on February, 2014, Bangladesh. Domestic animals like dairy farmers in Bangladesh are benefiting. Farmers grow more food and earn more income and they are better to able feed to their families. This makes their communities economically stronger and more stable. © Monirul Alam

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[ 2014 ] World Press Photo of the Year | John Stanmeyer

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© John Stanmeyer

Finally, I congratulate to John Stanmeyer for his beautiful and brilliant picture, to get awarded the WORLD PRESS PHOTO of the year,to me it’s appear in a new look with a great notice and message, thanks to approach this kind of work to us, and thanks to the World Press Photo to Honor him . . .

Caption: African migrants on the shore of Djibouti city at night, raising their phones in an attempt to capture an inexpensive signal from neighboring Somalia—a tenuous link to relatives abroad. Djibouti is a common stop-off point for migrants in transit from such countries as Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea, seeking a better life in Europe and the Middle East.

Photo:© John Stanmeyer

John Stanmeyer Expression :

Humbled. Honored. Speechless. Thank you to all for your kind words.

Have been asked countless times today what this photograph, Signal, means to me. While standing on the shores of the Red Sea that evening in Djibouti City, it felt as if I was photographing all of us — you, me, our brothers and sisters — all desperately trying to connect to our loved ones. In this tenuous period of human migration where despair and hope simultaneously intertwine, we seek to find comfort, a sense of balance, a desire to be home, reconnecting to something stable, reassuring. This photograph of Somalis trying to “catch” a signal is an image of all of us as we stand at the crossroads of humanity, where we must ask ourselves what is truly important, demanding our collective attention in a global society where the issues of migration, borders, war, poverty, technology and communication intersect.