Zhurnalist

Zhurnalist

 

(The Journalist), a monthly social and political illustrated magazine published by the newspaper Pravda and the Union of Journalists of the USSR. It was founded in Moscow in 1920. First published under the title Krasnyi zhurnalist (Red Journalist), it subsequently bore the titles Krasnaia pechat’ (Red Press, 1921), Zhurnalist (1922–33), Bol’shevistskaia pechat’ (Bolshevik Press, 1933–41), Sovetskaia pechat’ (Soviet Press, 1955–66), and since 1967, again Zhurnalist. The magazine summarizes the work of the Soviet press, propagates its Leninist principles, and reviews contemporary problems of journalism in relation to the tasks of communist construction in the USSR and to the most important international developments. Circulation, 120,000 (1972).

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Six years earlier, in 1967, the same Bogomolov had published "Pomen'she smotrite televizor" (Watch Less Television), an article in the Soviet magazine Zhurnalist, in which he reprimanded Soviet viewers who complained of boredom.
During peak seasons in the summer, the outdated wastewater facility services up to 32A 000 people in Golden Sands only, given that it also receives flows from the wastewater collection systems of nearby resorts like Sunny Day, Alen Mak, Riviera, Zhurnalist and Chaika.
He was nonetheless named editor of Zhurnalist, the journalists' professional publication, and invited to teach at GIZh.
K[onstantin] Novitskii, "Zhurnalizm kak professiia i professional'noe obrazovanie," Zhurnalist, no.
Novitskii, "Gazetnoe delo, kak predmet prepodavaniia," Zhurnalist, 1922, no.
Pravila priema v GIZh na 1924-25 god," Zhurnalist, June 1924, no.
Pravila priema v gosudarstvennyi institut zhurnalistiki na 1926-1927 uchebnyi god," Zhurnalist, 1926, no.
Gus, "O fakul'tete, kabinete i sed'mom nebe," Zhurnalist, 1926, no.
Disput o sovetskoi zhurnalistike," Zhurnalist, 1925, no.
Moskovskie novosti ran a cover photograph of its former editor-in-chief with the years 1968, 1991 and 1992 printed in bold -- 1968, for the year when Yakovlev was booted out as the head of Zhurnalist (journalist); 1991, when Moskovskie novosti was closed down by the coup plotters;(45) and 1992, when Yakovlev was ousted as the head (predsedatel) of Ostankino Television.
26) Anatolii Bogomolov, "Pomen'she smotrite televizor," Zhurnalist, no.