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RFE/RL's visitor program offers a rare peek behind the scenes: introductory briefings, Q&A sessions with our journalists, and a glimpse into our radio studios' broadcasting to far-flung places such as Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. This program is designed for students of journalism, political and social science, media, and mass communications as well as for professionals.
The program is available in English, Czech, and Russian. A visit typically takes 60-90 minutes and can be tailored according to each group's interest.
To arrange a group visit, please complete this form and e-mail it to Evgeniya Konovalova. (email@example.com).
"A Day With RFE/RL"
A whole-day training program for journalism and communications students. "A Day With RFE/RL" features interactive experience working in small groups with our journalists, Q&A sessions, and a glimpse into broadcasting studios as they go live on the air. The agenda can be shaped according to your group's particular interests (sample agenda).
More than 3000 students from Czech and American Universities have taken part in the program. Among others RFE/RL has hosted visits from Charles University, University of New York in Prague, Masaryk University, New York University, Louisiana State University, Colgate University, Point Park University, and University of Washington.
The program takes approximately 4 hours (11am – 3pm) and is conducted in English. Students will need to have a good working knowledge of the language to take full advantage of the program.
If you would like to schedule "A Day With RFE/RL," please complete this form and e-mail it to Evgeniya Konovalova. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Welcome hours: Monday to Friday 10am - 5.00pm (last tour starts at 3.30pm).
Closed on weekends and Public Holidays
There are no admission costs.
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Please contact Evgeniya Konovalova (email@example.com)
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Kent State University journalism and communications students learned by doing on their trip to Prague in August, 2013, by blogging about their trip, including what they learned during a full-day visit and training session at RFE/RL.
"This was my third Prague Spring trip, but only the first to RFE/RL. It was the highlight of the trip to Amsterdam, Prague, and Berlin for me. The students strongly echoed my sentiment." -- Sean Smith, Prague Spring Advisor at Weston High School, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
“This program has given me so much information that has widened my perspective of the news and how important it is for society.” – Holland Fleming, University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.
"Thank you for all that you did to make our visit to RFE such a fantastic experience. I will highly recommend your visitor's program to any colleagues who are traveling with political science students to Prague and want to give them the hands on experience of understanding the role of the media in shaping and developing civil society." -- Maryann E. Gallagher, Department of Political Science, DePauw University, Greencastle, U.S.A.
“If you want to become motivated to craft great journalism, if you want to see how dedicated journalists put their lives on the line to tell the truth to their listeners and readers, a visit to RFE/RL will do it. I am in awe of the hard dedicated work these journalists do.” -- Kevin Benz, Chair-elect of Radio Television Digital News Association, Washington, U.S.A.
“Visiting RFE/RL allows the opportunity to bring to life the unique form of international broadcasting. It is also crucial for students to see how international broadcasting systems have transformed themselves in the current hyper- commercial media environment, and RFE/RL has many lessons to teach in this area.” -- PhDr. Todd Nesbitt, University of New York in Prague
Living in Ahwaz, Iran, Mohammed Asadi feared he’d be sent by his government to fight in Syria’s civil war. He learned English by watching movies and set off on an arduous three-month journey to Europe. This is the story of Asadi’s journey.
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