“After The War, The Page Of Self-Deception Of About 30 Years Has Finally Closed”
Artsakh War: The Declared And Unobserved Ceasefires
Personal Data Protection In Armenia: Where Are We Heading?
“Public Polarization Is Very Beneficial For Journalism”
“I Try Not To Make Material At The Expense Of People’s Emotions”
Information Failure On The Internal Front
“We Told Stories About Powerful People And Superhumans”
“The Media Field Is Completely Surrounded By Political Interests”
The Most Discussed Topics On The First Ten Days Of The War In Artsakh
The Letter Was Not Written By Talaat Pasha, But By Hayk Konjoryan
հանրային հեռուստատեսություն
The Executive Director Of Public TV Assures That The Newly Created News Channel Will Not Be Propagandic
Երևանի հեռուստատեսային աշտարակ
The Competition For Licensing TV Channels Has Begun
November 1-16: False and Refuted News About The Artsakh War
Terrorists Or Mercenaries? Who Were The Syrians Brought To Azerbaijan?
The Fake Factory Turned Out To Be Fake News
“Let’s Get Over The Stereotype That It Is Shameful To Advertise At The Moment”
The Commander Of The Peacekeeping Force Is Not Azerbaijani, The Information Is Incorrect
By Condemning Hate Speech
“Too many restrictions will make journalist`s work difficult”
Հովհաննես Նազարեթյան
Online Sources During The War
The Armenian Press In The Focus Of A Hybrid War: Here Are Some Tips To Help You Hold Your Ground
“Information Attack On The Social Network Accounts Of The Prisoners Of War”
սիրիայից վարձկաններ Ղարաբաղում
From Syria to South Caucasus: New Battleground for Turkey’s proxy army
“Now People Who Have Never Seen Each Other Are at War”
Risking Their Lives In Every Moment: What Do The Journalists Working In Artsakh Say?
կեղծ լուրեր Արցախ
October 16-31: False and Refuted News About The Artsakh War
False And Manipulative News About The Region: October
“Turkey Has Been Pursuing Anti-Armenian Policy And Propaganda For A Long Time”
“In A Big Sense, War Is The Gap Where All Emotions Are Accumulated And Compressed”
On the Caucasus Front of Journalism
“Professional Journalists Are More Understanding Than State Structures Are Of Them”