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Hülya ÖZKOYUNCU

Hülya Özkoyuncu studied Media Communication at Marmara University. Then she graduated from Eskişehir Faculty of Science and Literature, Department of Sociology. Finally, she did a Master of Journalism at Girne American University.In the first years of her career, she worked as a Radio DJ and News Editor at Dolphin Ajans. She started her media career in Gaziantep Olusum Newspaper. She worked as a 'Program Producer' and Senior Executive at the Denge Newspaper and Kanal 27 TV.
During her time in the visual media and print media, she signed many new projects and its numerous achievements have been crowned with awards. She was the General Coordinator of Dolphin Agency.
After settling in Northern Cyprus, she directed and presented the documentary called Kültür Yolu. With this documentary, she established bridge ties between the Republic of Turkey and Northern Cyprus. Thanks to this documentary, Northern Cyprus won many awards.
Hülya Özkoyuncu also coached handball in her sports life...She took swimming and guitar lessons.
She is currently owner and Chief in Editor of the icn.com.tr.
She is also the Global Euro Young TV's UK Representative, Secretary General for Foreign Media Assembly of Global Journalists Council, Deputy Chairman of the Turkish - British Journalists Association and member of the World Press Federation Board of Directors.

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Online Journalism

Digital journalism, also known as online journalism, is a contemporary form of journalism where editorial content is distributed via the Internet, as opposed to publishing via print or broadcast.
The primary product of journalism, which is news and features on current affairs, is presented solely or in combination as text, audio, video, or some interactive formslike newsgames, and disseminated through digital media technology.

Newspapers and Magazines

Newspapers and magazines are print publications issued at regular intervals over time. Historically, newspapers were usually issued daily or weekly, but sometimes semi-weekly (twice a week), bi-weekly (every two weeks), or monthly. Magazines, in contrast, were usually issued weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or quarterly (four times a year). Both newspapers and magazines could be purchased by subscription (an arrangement whereby the reader pays in advance for a year of issues), or individually, often at news-stands, grocery stores, book stores, train stations, and other places.

Radio and television

The two media share many common strengths: both are widely consumed on a daily basis, accounting for a high share of the average consumer’s media day, and as real-time media they are both effective at reaching out to new customers and emotionally engaging them with an advertised brand. Radio is often used to broaden the impact of a TV campaign, exploiting strong audio brand cues to readily bring the brand to mind (triggering visual recall of the TV commercial) across the day and in doing so extending overall campaign reach and effectiveness.

Hülya Özkoyuncu

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