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SputnikPro project held at ULAB

01 February 2023

Campus Desk :

Over 20 students of ULAB Radio CampBuzz of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) took part in a workshop on creating successful podcasts.
Oleg Dmitriyev, an advisor at the Sputnik International News Agency and Radio, held the latest session of the SputnikPro project for future journalists in the online format, says a press release issued on Sunday.
The participants thanked Sputnik for the relevant and diverse content.
The students were interested in various issues, such as picking a subject, determining the success of a podcast, finding a personal style and ways to monetize content.
Oleg Dmitriyev concluded saying: "I had a very good impression of the meeting. Thanks to the questions asked by the Bangladeshi students, we helped them understand few most important things- when to make podcast, doing what your target audience wants and do not being afraid of breaking the rules."
"Judging from the positive comments after the event, the meeting was quite useful," he added.

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