Media Development

MTRC is known for its Media development through state-of-the-art facilities, media development involves capacity building for institutions or individuals.

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Public Universities

MTRC has a privileged relationship with public universities in Pakistan and has implemented more than a dozen project for faculty development, curricula modernization.

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Radio & TV Studio

MTRC is the only local organization, which is equipped with in-house TV and Radio studio. These modern facilities provide hands-on experience to our trainees

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Media Research & Publication

To analyze the media landscape, MTRC devotes most of its time to do media research and shape these findings into comprehensive reports.

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Capacity Building

The process to equip individuals and communities with the understanding, skills, and access to information, knowledge, and training that enables them to be more active.

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Press Clubs

MTRC pioneered capacity development training in FATA, KP, Balochistan and Gilgit Baltistan. We have a years-long relationships.

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Media Training & Research Centre

Media Training & Research Centre (MTRC), formerly known as Media House, was established in Pakistan to build the capacity of the working journalists, teachers, and students of mass communication in underdeveloped areas of Pakistan, especially in conflict zones.

We registered as a Non-governmental Organization with Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) under section 42 of the Companies Act 2017 for its efficient and effective outreach.

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Discussion Forum

Teachers and Students Forum

MTRC is providing a platform for teachers and students of journalism to share their work experiences and materials in journalism forum. By participating in such a forum, teachers and students can engage in discussions about industry trends, best practices, and emerging issues. They can also share their own work, such as articles, videos, podcasts, or other forms of media, and receive feedback and constructive criticism from their peers and mentors.

as a networking opportunity for aspiring journalists, allowing to connect with professionals in the field who may be able to offer advice, mentorship, or even job opportunities.

TV & Radio Trainings

TV and Radio trainings are essential for capacity building of journalists.

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MTRC organizes radio & TV six day workshop for the counseling journalists

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Journalist Trainings

Journalist training programs are designed to practicing journalists with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the industry.

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University Trainings

Media houses can invite journalism professionals to speak to students on topics such as news gathering, reporting, and multimedia journalism.

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MTRC Projects

Media houses often organize various training programs, seminars, and workshops to improve the skills of journalists, TV and radio professionals, and university students interested in media and journalism. Here are some examples of projects media houses might undertake:

TV and Radio Training Programs
MTRC may organize training programs for professionals working in TV and radio broadcasting. These programs can cover a variety of topics, such as news writing, reporting, anchoring, video production, and audio engineering.
Seminars and Workshops
MTRC may organize seminars and workshops on various topics related to media and journalism, such as multimedia storytelling, social media for journalists, data journalism, and media ethics.
University Training Programs
MTRC may collaborate with universities to offer training programs for journalism and media students. These programs can provide students with practical training in areas such as news gathering, reporting, and multimedia journalism.
Journalist Training Programs
MTRC may organize training programs for journalists to help them improve their skills and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies in the industry.


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Hear what our students have to say about Mobile Journalism

Mobile journalism allows journalists to report from virtually anywhere, as long as they have their mobile devices with them. This makes it easier for reporters to cover breaking news stories and events that might be difficult to reach with traditional cameras and equipment.

Mobile journalism can be a cost-effective way for news organizations to produce content. By using smartphones and other mobile devices, reporters can produce high-quality videos and photos without the need for expensive camera equipment.

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