[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The Right Angle (shortly TRA among the Mass Media students) is a newspaper produced by the Açı High School students.  TRA has been set up in 2009 in print, and has faced the web challenge in 2011 becoming interactive and international.

Mass media is the nervous system of democracy and the ability to easily publish text, pictures and video is changing the face of journalism and media as we know it. This gigantic and powerful world of sharing information is enriched by video-journalism and Skype-interviews, sharpening our video blogging skills while promoting critical and analytical thinking.

We are happy and proud to come out with the new face of TRA this year which includes a few changes and additions allowing us to attain what we always wished for – to reach out to the youth with honest and authentic journalism.  These changes are listed on the right side.

We invite you to read, comment and be part of this 21st century youth publication.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]- TRA will be multi-lingual from now on, accepting articles in English, Turkish, French, Spanish and any other we can understand and evaluate.
– TRA site will include social media pages such as Instagram and Youtube, so that you can enjoy following TRA from different channels on the same link.
– All social media links are available on the site, so any work can be easily shared.
– TRA site will include TRAMvay on its site, and will link viewers to our Youtube channel.
– TRA will be open to any and all young journalists who would like to publish their work on the site. These journalists need to be students, register to the TRA site, and use the ‘’Send Article’’ button to go ahead.
– TRA will take advertisements on its home page. The weekly rates can be demanded from Contacts.
– TRA site is now compatible with tablets and mobile phones.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]


Ethical Standards of TRA

TRA vows to

  • be trustworthy
  • be credible
  • be honest
  • be accountable and transparent and accept mistakes
  • be independent (including the quality of journalism to counter efforts by special interests to control the work of TRA
  • be impartial
  • respect individual rights
  • raise awareness on current issues
  • raise standards and build trust
 in journalism.


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