Supported by the Gambia Press Union, SJAG said the three-day work shop will take place at the GTMI complex in Kanifing and will cover topics such as ethical journalism, media law and the new Media Communication Act.
SJAG will provide two volunteers to speak on the fundamentals of sports journalism and challenges to sports journalism and the way forward.
Participants are to come from Brikama FMB, City Limits Radio, Paradise FM, Hot FM, Star FM, Unique FM, Vibes FM, West coast Radio, GRTS TV, The Standard, Daily Observer, The Point, City Venture, SportsView, Foroyaa, Kora Fm, Terranga FM, and GRTS Radio.
“We are urging all the media houses invited to send one sport journalists,” said Alieu Ceesay, assistant secretary general of SJAG. He said the new executive is aware of the need to organise training programmes for its members to build their capacities in executing their duty as professional journalists. Ceesay thanked the GPU for their partnership with SJAG.]]>