Mobilization means there are fewer and fewer professional journalists at work, says "Vilne Radio" editor-in-chief
According to "Vilne Radio" editor-in-chief, Anna Serdyuk said that there are fewer and fewer professional journalists at work due to mobilization. The editor spoke about this in her interview with IMI.
According to her, there are fewer and fewer journalists who know how to find and identify information, who know how to work with geolocation.
"They are being conscripted. There are fewer and fewer such people among journalists. But the army is getting stronger, I hope," said Anna Serdyuk.
Earlier, Anna Serdyuk noted that after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine there has been no shortage of journalists on the media market, but professionals are scarce.
As Maksym Opanasenko, the editor of the anti-corruption investigation project BIHUS.Info's, said in his interview with IMI, after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the amount of journalists who are willing to do investigations has significantly decreased.
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