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Time has always posed challenges for those who work in the media industry. Such a complex field has a great number of interrelated components – from social change to revolutionary advances in technology.
We suggest taking a look at social processes in a much broader way by studying journalism, media management, directing basics, film editing, the stages of the creative process, and the production cycle of creating a multimedia work – simply put, everything that can be called journalism, media, and communications.
The instructors and practitioners of the School of Media teach in programmes specializing in Journalism, Media Management, Multimedia Journalism, and Media Production in Creative Industries. We take a project-based approach to learning, offering our own contemporary production base that allows for the most diverse products to be created – from newspaper layouts to multimedia articles and TV shows.
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Originally from Greece, Pános Kompatsiáris was attracted to join the Higher School of Economics because of the university’s reputation for exceptional working conditions and fostering career development. Having spent the last ten years in a variety of cities, including Edinburgh and Berlin, Professor Kompatsiáris brings his background in economics, cultural studies and art theory to his current position as Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design at HSE.
‘My professional interests include publishing journal articles and books, organizing university courses as well as giving lectures in symposia, conferences and other events’, said Professor Kompatsiáris. ‘I have been cooperating with Professor Yannis Mylonas, co-authoring several papers and co-organizing several events, as well with Professor Ilya Kiriya with whom we organized an international conference last year in St. Petersburg’.
Professor Kompatsiáris, whose work stands at the intersection of art theory, cultural studies and media theory, has published on contemporary art biennials in Europe, work and artistic labour in the creative industries. It is his academic experience that guides his advice for international newcomers to Moscow.
‘My advice would be to attempt learning the Russian culture, language and way of life, as well as embrace the dynamism and possibilities in terms of art, culture and intercultural exchange that Moscow can offer’, he says, noting how much he has enjoyed his time in the city. ‘My experience living in Moscow has been very pleasant; I enjoy eating in Georgian and Italian restaurants and the atmosphere of cafes and jazz clubs around Pokrovka Street and Kitay Gorod’.
Anna Chernyakhovskaya, specially for HSE News service