Successful “Writing for the Media” Seminar Held
The English-Speaking Union and the Department of English Students Association at University, today held a “Writing for the Media” seminar at the Old University Campus in Valletta. Media practitioners presented an overview of the local and international media scene and gave workshops giving companies, students and other interested parties, practical advice on having their voice heard in the competitive print and on-line media landscape.
Herman Grech, Deputy Editor The Sunday Times, Leslie Skipper BBC trainer and former editor, Malcolm Naudi, PR consultant, and Monique Chambers, Editor of Indulge Magazine shared their experiences and insights in a panel discussion mediated by Pier Massa and a series of presentations and workshops/
“ESU were impressed by the high level of interest in this event indeed the workshops were sold out” said John de Giorgio, Chairman of ESU Malta, “and we intend to repeat the workshops within our event calendar”.
The English-Speaking Union aims to improve Malta’s competitivity through further strengthening standards of spoken and written English.