Bahria University Tribune (BUT) the Bahria University’s very own e-paper is now ready to shine in every Bahria campus. BUT is another project of the Bahria media department which will enable the students to get the latest training in e-paper design, editing, blogging, investigative reporting, photography, and feature writing to produce an audience focused paper.
Bahria Tribune will provide the Bharia University media students a ready platform to practice the theoretical skills they learn over the years and convert information into hot news and interesting research articles under the supervision of our media experts.
Here they will learn to be the shining future of the information industry and age.
With their innovative ideas the Bahria Tribune reporters, blogger, photographers and contributors will strive to usher in a change that will stimulate the minds to think and create a better future for the country and world. Peace, happiness and progress for all humanity will be the sole motto of the Bahria Tribune.
Bahria Tribune will complement the objectives of the Bahria University Television and Bahria FM Radio and disseminate knowledge and information that entertains, adds value and makes everyone a useful citizen of this country and world. BUT will be multi-dimensional and include all audio-video and textual formats to give a 360 degree news/views format.
You are kindly requested to generously contribute your writings, pictures, thoughts to make this online paper a unique site for interesting discussions – political comments are strictly prohibited and subject to editorial scrutiny.
Share your stories, ideas and shine on the Bahria horizons – the cyber space will be the limit.
BAHRIA UNIVERSITY TRIBUNE TEAM:
Shahzad Badar has an M.A in Communication & Media studies from the University of Westminster London and has done several media courses from the prestigious international Universities.
He has worked in senior positions in various local and international organizations. He has extensive experience in both print and electronic media and in the development sector.