Youth program of the Public Radio of Armenia called “LyunSe” was first broadcast on 27th December, 2004. The program is on air (FM107.7) every day except Sundays at 23:10 p.m. and reruns at 04:15 a.m. “LyunSe” is a program about youth, so its aimed at young people. It covers social, economical, environmental, cultural, educational and sport topics, as well as the most urgent issues concerning youth. “Find your light, not to become other’s shadow” is the motto of the program. In 2009 “LyunSe” won “Azdarar” prize of the Journalists’ Union of Armenia.
“LyunSe” has multiply been awarded with letters of commendation of the British Council, Armenian UN Association (AUNA), World Wildlife Fund (WWF), “Deem Communications”, “Human in need” and various other non-governmental organizations and educational institutions. In 2012 Gohar Adamyan, journalist of “LyunSe” youth program, introduced a new project to EBU. It was suggested to create an international media website in order to put in contact the young people from European family countries and create a general platform for them to discuss issues they are concerned in. Gohar won the scholarship offered by the EBU‘s Partnership Programme with funds from the Open Society Institute. She presented the new project to fellow broadcasters in a special session at the EBU event Multimedia Meets Radio in Turin. Currently, the portal is ready to be kicked off. The new web-address is www.lyunse.com
Head and editor in chief: Armine Geghamyan Journalists: Gohar Adamyan, Syuzi Levonyan, Sevak Hakobyan, Kushane Chobanyan, Levon Nersisyan. Translator: Ani Mosinyan.
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