Pertamina's Journalist Award (AJP) has delivered Muqorobin, RRI Purwokerto journalist to study at the University of the Arts London, England.
He and the RRI Purwokerto team won the Best of the Best award at AJP 2018 with his work 'Pelita di Wilderness Mangrove'.
The work, which revolves around the life of the village of Windmills, Cilacap, which received solar lighting thanks to Pertamina's CSR Program, has delivered Muqorobin for a short course in London, England on 22 September - 2 October 2019.
'I never thought, with AJP, I could feel studying in London, one of the coldest cities in Europe. There I learned to explore strategies for blogging and managing traffic on the website so that it was expected to be applied to the RRI website which was expected to have an impact as the main reference media in Indonesia, like other public media in developed countries, including the BBC, 'said Muqorobin.
As one of the educational institutions in the City Center of London, continued Muqorobin, various facilities and instructors are very supportive for learning.
'The teaching system is also very high quality, more emphasis on discussion and problem solving together with the discussion system,' Muqorobin added.
Pertamina Corporate Communication Vice President, Fajriyah Usman stated, Pertamina once again opened up opportunities for journalists to study abroad through AJP 2019.
'Pertamina awaits the best work from Indonesian journalists, both print, online and electronic. Pertamina opens registration of journalistic works with the main theme 'Move On' until 15 November 2019, 'explained Fajriyah.
AJP 2019, continued Fajriyah, is Pertamina's appreciation for the best journalist work that has been published in the mass media and / or general social media for one year from November 1, 2018 to November 15, 2019.
'Journalists are Pertamina's strategic partners in business development and at the same time educating the public with a variety of superior Pertamina products. Journalistic work in a year will be assessed and given appreciation, including short courses abroad, so that journalists can continue to improve the quality of their work, 'added Fajriyah.
Fajriyah added, like the previous year, AJP 2019 was divided into 10 categories namely Hardnews Print Media, Print Media Features, Online / Cyber Media Features, Radio Features, Television Features, Essay Photos, Jury Selection Photos, Sports Publications, CSR Publications and Best of The The best.
'In 2019, Pertamina also prepared a special award for members of the press who were considered to have high dedication and productive work,' added Fajriyah.
Every journalist, may send as many works as long as the original works are not plagiarism and have been published in the mass media. The work may also be in Indonesian and English.
AJP's work can be sent via email email@example.com or by post addressed to the 2019 Pertamina Journalistic Award Committee, PT Pertamina (Persero) Head Office, Media Communication Section, Jl. Merdeka Timur No. 1A Gedung Perwira 2, Jakarta Pusat 10110 by attaching a photocopy of the Press Card and KTP / SIM and registration deadline of 15 November 2019 (Postmark).
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