Storytelling on the GO!
Mobile Journalism (MOJO) workshops allow you to learn the fundamentals of digital storytelling. Workshop lessons focus on techniques, apps, workflows, and necessary development stages such as planning, filming, and editing. All lessons employ the use of a smartphone to produce digital narratives, in line with cutting-edge practices of news professionals globally.
TRAININGS WITH LEADING UNIVERSITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
Mobile Journalism Workshop at Virtual University Lahore
Virtual University of Pakistan has taken the lead in Mobile Journalism and organized MOJO Training Workshop. It was arranged by VU TV Network in collaboration with MOJO Pakistan and sessions were conducted by expert of the field Ayaz Khan, Gibran Ashraf and Nida Khan.
Mobile Journalism Workshop at Lahore Press Club
Three Hours Mobile Journalism Workshop arranged by Lahore Press Club for Lahore based professional Journalist. Mojo Pakistan team Ayaz Khan, Gibran Ashraf, and Nida Khan talked about the importance and shared technical information on equipment, mobile phones, applications, editing tools and techniques.
Session on Mobile Journalism organized at SMIU University.
A session on MoJo (Mobile Journalism) was organized for the students of Media and Communication Studies Department at SMI University where Mr. Ayaz Khan (Founder MoJo Pakistan) trained students on the technical and theoretical aspects of MoJo. It was an interactive session followed by practical activity where students produced their own stories practicing the tools delivered to them during the session.
Citizen Journalism introductory session at BBSU University Lyari.
Mojo Pakistan conducted a Citizen Journalism introductory session in Karachi at BBSU University Auditorium Lyari with World Learning Educational Society organized by PYO District South Karachi. Around 300 citizens participated in the workshop, Mojo Pakistan Founder Mr. Ayaz Khan, and Mojo Pakistan Team Mr. Gibran Ashraf, and Mr. Khalid Anwar contributed in the workshop for Lyari Peoples.
An Awareness session of Mobile Journalism in Pakistan at Karachi University.
Training workshop on ‘Future of Journalism and MOJO’ at the UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI organized by Mojo Pakistan in collaboration with Office of Research, Innovation & Commercialization – ORIC
Founder Mojo Pakistan and The trainers talked about Mobile Journalism revolution and the session will focus on making human-centric stories through mobile phones. The event will enrich the students with technical knowledge and shooting aesthetics to promote media entrepreneurship.
Mobile Journalism and Photography Workshop at Lincoln Corners, PACC.
The School of Journalism was invited Journalist and Media students for one day training program at #LincolnCorner with Collaboration of MOJO PAKISTAN. A large number of students and working journalists participated and learned the latest ways of storytelling using a smartphone and APPS. The objective of Mojo Pakistan is to educate, equip and Empower and provide a platform to the Citizens and the Journalists.
MOJO Pakistan’ delivers an interactive talk at IoBM CBM.
Mr. Ayaz Khan, Founder, along & Mr. Gibran Ashraf were invited as guest speakers at IoBM. Mr. Ashraf said that Today, Android and iOS-based Smartphones have evolved so much that you can shoot and edit videos on your phones. Mr. Khan delivered a mock video-making session by shooting a 30-second interview of a student. He edited the video on-the-spot on his phone by adding clips and reducing their duration, inserting audio and even completing the post-production process on his smartphone in 7 minutes.
SIE Citizen Journalism Program.
SIE Citizen Journalism Program invited Ayaz Khan as a Trainer for Mobile filming and Editing session for 200 students. During the training session, Mr. Ayaz shared technical information on equipment, mobile phones, applications, editing tools and techniques. He emphasizes on focusing the element of storytelling along with capturing the right shots. He also suggested to follow the sequencing of the shots including wide, mid wide, close and mid close.
MoJo Training: Producing compelling and meaningful visual stories by Smartphones at GNMI.
From the platform of GNMI Karachietes experienced first Media Baithak (Media get together) and benefited from the #MoJo -Mobile Journalism training. A large number of journalists were trained by Ayaz Khan – Founder for #MoJo Pakistan. Trainer covered all aspects of #MoJo; story writing, scheduling, story boarding, shoot in live, camera framing and editing. The training was an ideal blend of media and civil society members. All the participating journalists were given the task to work on stories by taking the in-dept point of views of civil society experts.
Mobile Journalism (MOJO) in Lincoln Corner, PACC Liaquat Memorial Library.
The Journalism Academy workshop held on Mobile Journalism (MOJO) has organized a latest technology training workshop in collaboration with Mojo Pakistan, a community committed to serve active citizens and journalist in which they train the participants the best use of their mobile phones/ smartphones and also how to use smartphones from start to end a full storytelling production house. Mojo Pakistan team Ayaz Khan, Gibran Ashraf, Norren Shams and Khalid Anwar talked about the importance and shared technical information on equipment, mobile phones, applications, editing tools and techniques.
MOJO PAKISTAN Guest Speaker Session at IQRA UNIVERSITY -IU- Gulshan Campus.
Students of the subjects ‘Films’ and ‘ Media Studies’ attended the 2-hour training session. It was an interactive session followed by practical activity where students produced their own stories practicing the tools delivered to them during the session. Mr. Ayaz Khan shared the importance of Mobile Journalism and the way it is changing the dimensions of digital media. He also predicted that Mobile will be the only screen for users in the future, which will inculcate all necessities of print and electronic media at the same time. He also shared reasons and factual information to support his argument
Social Media and Mobile Journalism - and ToT at CEJ IBA.
Trainer Ayaz Khan performed the role of co-trainer for the course Social Media and Mobile Journalism Training of Trainers (ToT). Arranged by Centre for Excellence in Journalism at Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi, in collaboration with Deutsche Welle Akademie.
MOJO Backpack Journalism Workshop at CEJ IBA.
MOJO Backpack Journalism Workshop, with trainer Mr. Craig Duff, Professor of Journalism at Medill School, Northwestern University, USA, and an award winning video journalist, and co-trainer Ayaz Khan Founder Mojo Pakistan. Arranged by Centre for Excellence in Journalism at Institute of Business Administration (IBA) in collaboration with Karachi Press Club.
Digital Storytelling Session for Samaa Tv Digital Team at CEJ IBA.
Smartphone Storytelling for Digital” Workshop at the Center for Excellence in Journalism, Institute of Business Administration (IBA), in collaboration with Samaa Digital Team.
Advance Reporting Workshop for KPK and Baluchistan Journalist at CEJ IBA.
The Centre for Excellence in Journalism (CEJ) in collaboration with MDTF organized the ‘Advanced Reporting Workshop from July 3, 2018, to July 5, 2018, to improve the quality of reporting in the country. The trainer for this workshop was Iftikhar Firdous, KP bureau chief for The Express Tribune, and the MoJo trainer was Ayaz Khan.
Election and Digital Journalism Workshop at CEJ IBA.
Election and Digital Journalism Workshop, Arranged by the Center for Excellence in Journalism, Institute of Business Administration (IBA), in collaboration with Deutsche Welle for Karachi media professionals who are working in the election cell for digital and broadcast newsrooms. This training was for both desk editors and reporters.
Smartphone Storytelling Session at IoBM CBM.
Mobile Storytelling session in 2017 at CBM College of Business Management” for Storytelling Class Students.
Arif Habib Journalism Workshop.
Digital Journalist Gibran Ashraf delivers lecture on social media and mobiles for journalists.
Smartphone Journalism at CEJ IBA
This popular course was co-taught by Emmy Award-winning journalist Craig Duff from the Medill School of Journalism, and Gibran Ashraf from The Express Tribune. 24 journalists, mainly multimedia reporters, from across Pakistan. Organized by CEJ IBA,