These days, most journalists, text editors, camera operators, picture editors and other media employees work from home. Taking into consideration the nuances of the work, some of them have managed to launch home-based mini newsrooms, audio and video editing facilities.
There are also some people that have not quite adapted to home conditions, preferring to work in empty newsrooms. All of them wish to present quick and comprehensive information and have feedback from the audience.
Some journalists keep working in the streets, watching how people observe the requirement of movement restrictions. They follow the police work, as well as the possible increase in prices of goods in the stores.
They monitor and, at the same time, inform about everything that the isolated citizens are interested in.
Media.am asked reporters to take photos of their new work environment. The photo stories are to be continued.
You can be a part of our next series of photo stories if you send a photo to [email protected].
Ani Grigoryan, reporter, CivilNet, editor-in-chief at FIP (fact investigation platform)
Nikolay Torosyan, editor, PanArmenian.net
Tirayr Muradyan, reporter, Hetq
Lena Badeyan, reporter, Public Radio
Aren Melikyan, reporter, Media Initiatives Center
Lilit Demuryan, reporter, Armenpress
Sevak Mamyan, editor, Infocom
Sara Khojoyan, reporter, Bloomberg, Armenian correspondent
Volodya Petrosyan, deputy editor, Aravot daily
Arshaluys Barseghyan, reporter, Media.am
Նորայր Շողիկյան, լրագրող, Արմենպրես
Նելլի Դանիելյան, լրագրող, Սպուտնիկ Արմենիա
Hamlet Arakelyan, presenter, Public Radio Youth Channel