In the state of emergency in Armenia, restrictions were imposed, limiting people’s free movement. Today, you can come across police officers in the streets, a few people going for a walk or shopping, as well as very few reporters and photographers.
Their work is vital for people in a lockdown that need to understand what is happening in the stores, the streets, the restaurants, the transport and other places.
Their work has no time limits – they walk around the city with their press cards, capturing the fascinating, impressive and touching moments.
The only exceptions are the medical and isolation facilities where reporters cannot enter, see everything with their own eyes and tell stories.
The media organizations work within their capacities, as much as they can in these conditions. The main thing is not to endanger the health of their employees and organize the work from home.
Media.am has been regularly asking media colleagues to provide photos showing the new working conditions in the state of emergency. Follow this link to see the first series of photo stories.
You can also be a part of our next series if you send a photo to [email protected].
Narek Alexanyan, photographer, Hetq
Anush Mkrtchyan, reporter, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
Gevorg Tosunyan, reporter, Public TV
Anahit Minasyan, reporter, Urbanista
Lilian Galstyan, photographer, Panorama.am
Robert Zargaryan, reporter, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
Nana Martirosyan, reporter, Sputnik Armenia
Lilit Tandilyan, Vanuhi Avagyan, Davit Aghabekyan, news presenters, Yerkir Media
Artur Ghahramanyan, producer, Factor.TV
Christine Ter-Matevosyan, reporter Ecolur
Artak Gevorgyan, camera operator, Hermine Baghdasaryan, reporter, Public TV
Artur Devrikyan, television director, head of Factor.TV technical department
Sona Harutyunyan, Siranuysh Papyan, Taguhi Hakobyan, Christina Aghalaryan, Vov Musheghyan, reporters; Artak Yeghiazaryan, producer; Gohar Hayrapetyan, Zhirayr Voskanyan, anchors, 1in.am