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AQShdagi ilk o'zbek gazetasi “Vatandosh” bir yoshda


AQShdagi ilk o'zbek gazetasi “Vatandosh” bir yoshda

Amerikada o’zbek gazetasi “Vatandosh” chop etila boshlaganiga bir yil bo’ldi. Bu davr mobaynida ushbu nashr nimalarga erishdi, o’quvchilari kim, kelajak rejalar qanday?

“Amerika Ovozi” gazeta asoschisi va noshiri Farhod Sultonovga murojaat etdi. (Suhbatni to’liq holda audiodan tinglang)

Farhod Sultonov bilan bir yil avval, gazeta ochilganidan so’ng suhbatlashganimizda “Vatandosh” qanday qabul qilinishi uni bir oz xavotirga solgan edi.

Bosma shaklda chiqishni boshlagan gazetaning bir necha oydan so’ng internetda o’z sahifasi paydo bo’lib, gazetani qo’lga kiritish imkoniga ega bo’lmagan odamlar undagi mavzular bilan internet orqali tanishadi.

“Vatandosh”ning maqsadlari yil davomida o’zgarib, shakllanib bordi.

AQShda “O’zbegim” jurnali ham chiqadi, Nyu-Yorkda o’zbek televideniyesi va radiosi bor. Farhod Sultonovning aytishicha, “Vatandosh” qiziqarli mavzular bilan o’zbeklar mehrini qozona oldi. Unga istalgan joydan obuna bo’lish mumkin.

Farhod Sultonov gazetani yaqin orada Angliyada ham chiqarish rejasi borligini aytib, o’zbek jurnalistlarini “Vatandosh” bilan hamkorlikka chorlaydi.

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    Odil Ruzaliev

    Odil O'zbek xizmatiga 2005-yilda kelgan. Diktor va prodyuser. AQShning Tafts Universitetida (Tufts University) xalqaro aloqalar sohasida magistrlik darajasini olgan. Ungacha O'zbekiston TV 1-kanalida ingliz tilidagi yangiliklar – FCN (First Channel News) – ko'rsatuvining muallif-boshlovchisi edi. "Axborot" dasturida mehnat qilgan. Odil ko'p yillar AQShning Toshkentdagi elchixonasi axborot bo'limida ishlagan. O'zbek, ingliz va rus tillarida chop etilgan qator maqolalar muallifi. Farg'ona shahrida tug'ilgan.

    Odil Ruzaliev is a reporter, radio and TV anchor, web editor and producer for Voice of America’s Uzbek Service since 2005. Prior to joining VOA, he worked at the State Radio and TV of Uzbekistan, BBC International’s Central Asia region, and was a regular Contributor for CNN World Report. He has also worked as an Information Assistant at the US Embassy in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. He was the creator and host of the TV program First Channel News, Uzbekistan’s first English language news broadcast. In his spare time he is a freelance photographer. A native of Ferghana Valley, Uzbekistan, Odil graduated from the Uzbekistan State World Languages University. In addition, he was an exchange student at Pace University in New York City and holds a master’s degree in international affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

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