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JournalismPakistan.com: New look, new features

 JournalismPakistan.com
 June 10, 2024

JournalismPakistan.com: New look, new features

ISLAMABAD—JournalismPakistan.com, the pioneering media-focused website launched in 2009, has unveiled its new and improved version, complete with a fresh layout and exciting new features. This marks the third major redesign in its 15-year history, a testament to its commitment to staying relevant amidst rapidly changing times and technological advancements.

At the helm of this remarkable journey is Imran Naeem Ahmad, the editor, co-founder, and publisher of JournalismPakistan.com. A seasoned journalist with extensive experience, Imran has worked for newspapers in Pakistan and abroad, bringing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the platform. His relentless dedication and visionary leadership have been the driving force behind the website's success. With a large following in Pakistan and abroad, the website has become a crucial platform.

Throughout its existence, JournalismPakistan.com has faced and overcome numerous challenges. The website was hacked three times, each incident threatening to disrupt its operations. Despite these setbacks, the team, under Imran's leadership, demonstrated resilience and perseverance, ensuring the website continued to serve its community. Additionally, JournalismPakistan.com has been threatened with legal action by industry giants unhappy with the website's reporting which often exposes internal issues within their organizations. Yet, these challenges are all in a day’s work for Team Journalism Pakistan, which has continued to thrive and grow, undeterred by external pressures.

The newly redesigned website offers a richer, more engaging user experience. Some of the key features include:

  • Women in Media Section: Highlighting achievements, challenges, and stories of women journalists in Pakistan and beyond.
  • World News: Comprehensive coverage of global media events and their implications.
  • Asia Section: Focused news and analysis from across the Asian continent.
  • Digital Connections: Insights into the latest trends in digital journalism and media technologies.
  • JSchool: Articles about journalism from how to enter the profession to top-ranked journalism schools, media tools, and more.
  • Top Tips: A section featuring valuable tips and advice for aspiring and professional journalists to enhance their skills and stay updated with industry best practices.
  • The Legends: A section honoring the heavyweights of Pakistani journalism

These additions are designed to provide a more diverse and comprehensive perspective on the media landscape, catering to the evolving needs of its audience.

JournalismPakistan.com has played a pivotal role in the media industry by offering a platform that is informative and supportive of media professionals. It has served as a resource for journalists, providing news, analysis, and a forum for discussion on issues that impact the profession. The website's commitment to journalistic integrity and its focus on relevant, timely content has made it an indispensable tool for media practitioners and others.

As JournalismPakistan.com relaunches, Imran Naeem Ahmad and his team are more determined than ever to continue their mission. The new features and updated design reflect their dedication to innovation and excellence. This relaunch is not just about a new look; it represents a renewed commitment to supporting and enhancing the media industry in Pakistan and beyond.

The relaunch of JournalismPakistan.com comes at a time when media freedoms are under increasing pressure in Pakistan. With journalists facing arrests, censorship, and violence, the role of independent media outlets like JournalismPakistan.com is more critical than ever. The website’s unwavering stance on press freedom and its fearless reporting serve as a beacon of hope and resilience in a challenging environment. The commitment to truth and accountability remains at the core of JournalismPakistan.com’s ethos, driving its mission forward in an era where media voices are often stifled.

 

 

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