Younes Shokrkhah

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Younes Shokrkhah (born 1957) is an Iranian journalist and academician. Younes, who lectures on communications and journalism, has been a journalist for thirty years, and is the ICT consultant for ME Printer magazine and a member of the Academic Board of the Center for Media Studies. He has been member of the juries of a dozen press and photo-journalism competitions.

Iranian journalist and academician (born 1957)
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Younes Shokrkhah
Born (1957-06-23)June 23, 1957
Mashhad, Khorasan, Iran
Occupation Journalist, University associate Professor
Education Mass Communication (Ph.D)

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He is Assistant Professor of British Studies and Mass Communication at the Faculty of World Studies of University of Tehran. He has been the Head of the Institute for North American and European Studies (INAES) for six years. He is also the head of the Europe Department of the Faculty of World Studies. He is also a founding member of the Iranian National School of Cinema. Younes is a member of Graphic Arts Writers United(gawu).

  • 1982: starting Journalism (Etelaat [Information] Newspaper)
  • 1983: Editor of Foreign Desk (Kayhan [World] Newspaper) (16 Years)
  • 1990: Member of editorial Council of Sanat-e-Chap [Printing Industry Magazine]
  • 1995: Member of the Scientific council of Rasaneh Quarterly [Mass Communication Quarterly]
  • 2000: Editor of the Iranian Book weekly (4 years)
  • 2001: Launching (First Online Newspaper in Iran)
  • 2003: Founding Member and Board of Managers of the Iranian Association of Studies on Information Society (IRASIS) (Continues)
  • 2004: Member of the Steering Committee of the WSIS Regional Conference (World Summit on the Information Society)
  • 2005: Launching (second Online Newspaper in Iran) (Continues)
  • 2008: Head of the Institute for North American & European Studies – University of Tehran (Continues)
  • News Graphics and Infographics, younes Shokrkhah and Maryam Salimi Bureau of Media Studies and Planning, 2014.[45]
  • 1985: china

• Beijing: coverage of Iran’s Parliament Speaker meeting with Chinese officials and reporting on Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City

• Xian: Qin Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum

• Shanghai: reporting on Shanghai Museum,

  • 1985: Japan

• Tokyo: coverage of Iran’s Parliament Speaker meeting with Japanese officials and reporting on automobile industry

• Nagasaki: reporting on Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum (next to the Peace Park)

  • 1991: Senegal

• Dakar: news coverage of the presence of Iran’s president in OIC Summit

  • 1991: Sudan

• Khartoum: news coverage of the meetings of Iran’s president with Sudanese officials

  • 1991: Saudi Arabia

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