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Amrita TV on the lookout for ‘Best Citizen Journalist’, again

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Amrita TV on the lookout for ‘Best Citizen Journalist’, again

Amrita TV’s tryst with reality shows continues as the channel readies for the second season of ‘Best Citizen Journalist’. The show was aired for the first time in February 2008 and following its success, the channel now expects a higher degree of response for the second season.

Amrita TV is in the process of inviting applications for participation and has planned three rounds of auditions in Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam and Calicut. Minimum age for participation is 21 years.

The channel has kept July 31 as last date for registration. Dealing with issues like environment, corruption, poverty, and human rights, the channel aspires to achieve further critical acclaim with the second season of ‘Best Citizen Journalist’.


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