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8 July 2016, 10:31 | Religious mass media and Internet |
The National Council on Television and Radio excluded nine Russian TV channels from the list of foreign programs approved for broadcasting on the territory of Ukraine.
4 May 2016, 09:54 | Religious mass media and Internet |
27 December 2013, 12:23 | Religion in mass media |
The heart of the Universal Church beats in the Vatican. The heart of Ukraine bleeds today. We need to hear what these two hearts beat in unison. We need to tell this to Ukraine and the world. We need words from the heart, to the heart.
9 August 2013, 09:28 | Religious mass media and Internet |
18 February 2013, 17:01 | Religion in mass media
On February 16, in Kyiv, a roundtable discussion “Will PR help the Church?” was held at St. Thomas Aquinas Institute of Religious Studies in Kyiv, during which the manual on PR for churches “Church and Media: Seven Steps Towards Understanding” was presented.
15 February 2013, 14:24 | Announcements |
The event will begin at 3 pm at St. Thomas Aquinas Institute of Religious Studies (13 Yakira Street (Lukianivska Underground Station).
11 December 2012, 10:24 | Religion in mass media |
The Religious Information Service of Ukraine (RISU) published a book “The Church and Media: Seven Steps to Understanding” for church press services and journalists.
26 November 2012, 15:40 | Religious mass media and Internet |
At a seminar on the basics of PR and journalism held on November 24 in the Kyiv Bible Institute by representatives of the Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith in Kyiv, an educational manual “The Church and Media: Seven Steps to Understanding” was presented.
On August 26, the First Congress of Belarusian Catholic Media came to an end in Grodno, Belarus. The forum was organized on the initiative of Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz, Metropolitan of the Minsk and Mahilyow Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church. “Catholics – We Are Here” was the slogan of the congress, which brought together more than 100 participants from Belarus and abroad.
17 May 2012, 11:11 | Religious mass media and Internet |
The National Council on TV and Radio Broadcast has extended the list of TV channels adapted for broadcast in Ukraine, representatives of the Council to proIT reported.
4 May 2012, 12:33 | Religion in mass media |
A conference “Church in the Information Society” has begun at the Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) in Lviv.
30 March 2012, 13:42 | Round tables |
The editorial staff of the Religious Information Service of Ukraine is holding the second Karol Wojtyla Prize competition for Ukrainian journalists presenting materials on various aspects of religious life in Ukraine and the world, which have been published since January 2011.
1 February 2012, 13:44 | Editorial news |
Eleven years ago, the editorial office of the Religious Information Service of Ukraine was established.
12 January 2012, 10:03 | Religious mass media and Internet |
The Association of Catholic Media Workers of Ukraine published a declaration defining its mission, values and objectives.
11 December 2011, 11:53 | Religious mass media and Internet |
According to the head of UGCC, the development of the church media is one of the priority objectives of the church.
9 December 2011, 19:53 | Religious mass media and Internet |
On December 8, Archbishop Petro Malchuk, Ordinary of the Kyiv-Zhytomyr Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church, launched the first Catholic TV channel in Kyiv.
20 June 2011, 14:05 | Religious mass media and Internet |
The first Ukrainian Islamic information agency UMMA aims to unite in the Internet space all those who profess Islam.
20 May 2011, 10:52 | Religious mass media and Internet |
Journalists, church leaders, representatives of church press services, Christian publications, and church TV studios and websites, as well as Christian bloggers, participate in the media conference “The Church in the Information Society" held on May 20-21 in Odesa.
3 May 2011, 16:54 | Editorial news |
The editorial staff of RISU has established a prize of Blessed Karol Wojtyla to award Ukrainian journalists for the best material or series of materials on various aspects of religious life in Ukraine and the world. The prize is to be annual and nondenominational.
19 April 2011, 15:34 | Religious mass media and Internet |
Bogdan Pankevych, one of the first RISU bloggers, was invited to participate in the forum of Catholic bloggers, which will be held on May 2 in Rome.