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Editor in Chief of national private television, TransTV, Gatot Triyanto would come to University of Muhammadiyah Malang on Saturday (5/19). Taking benefit of the visit, UMM would invite him as resource of a guest lecture on investigative journalism in FEB meeting room of UMM starting from 09.00 WIB.
The event would be attended by reporters and editors of Bestari Campus Newspaper, reporters of Kronik Bulletin and students who are taking journalistic subject at Department of Communication Studies of FISIP UMM. “We will introduce Pak Gatot to UMM which has been successful contributing to send its alumni to TransTV,” said Chief of Public Relation of UMM, Nasrullah.
TransTV was one of TV stations which was being successful showing investigative report. The success was measured from the trend of investigative news at television. “Investigative news has awaken people on many things such as unhealthy foods, extortion, etc.,” said Chief of the Communication Studies, Nurudin.
Gatot's presence to Malang was indeed related to one of the victims of Sukhoi SJJ 100 tragedy which crashed into Salak Mountain just now. Two crews of Trans TV, Aditya Sukardi and Ismie Soenarto, were the victims of the made-in-Rusia plane. Gatot would visit Aditya's family at Jl. Tirto Utomo, Malang, near Campus III of UMM.
It is planned that the guest lecture would be started with praying together for the victims of the plane crash. Through Vice Rector II, Fauzan, UMM sent its condolences to the tragedy involving the journalists. He asked all elements to pray for the victims and the families. (nov/nas/t_alf)