September 04, 2019
ISLAMABAD — Pakistani multimedia environmental reporter Amar Guriro has been named Journalist of the Month by the International Journalists Network (IJNet).
Interestingly, Guriro became a digital journalist after learning about a fellowship on IJNet more than ten years ago. He says that training helped him.
The fellowship titled —ICFJ’s Reporting Across Cultures: Freedom of Expression in the Digital Age — was the turning point in his career.
“I became a digital journalist thanks to that training,” IJNet quoted Guriro as saying. “And that has changed my entire life.”
Guriro currently works for the Independent Urdu. Before that, he had an eventful stint with Daily Times. — Photo: Twitter (@amarguriro)
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