ArmeniaNow

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ArmeniaNow
Format Online
Owner(s) New Times Journalism Training Center
Editor John Hughes
Launched July 2002
Language English, Armenian
Ceased publication June 2016
Headquarters 2 Mashtots Avenue, No 40, Yerevan, Armenia
Website www.armenianow.com

ArmeniaNow was an independent[1][2] online news publication[3][4] based in Yerevan, Armenia. It was published in English and Armenian. The publication was founded in July 2002 and published its last issue in June 2016.[5][6] It was recognized as one of the principal web periodicals in Armenia.[7] ArmeniaNow had a staff of 20 journalists with John Hughes as its editor-in-chief.[8][9] Hughes is an American[10] and a progressive.[11]

ArmeniaNow was cited by various authors and political analysts[12][13][14][15] and international organizations such as Human Rights Watch,[16][17] Amnesty International,[18] and Freedom House.[19]

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  1. ^ "Armenia - Media Landscape". European Journalism Centre. Armenia Now also provides independent news from Armenia. 
  2. ^ Choices: The Human Development Magazine, Volume 12. Division of Public Affairs, United Nations Development Programme. 2003. p. 12. John Hughes is an editor for ArmeniaNow, an independent weekly online news magazine. 
  3. ^ Mkrtchyan, Gayane; Melkumyan, Naira (13 January 2012). "Հայաստանի Խորհրդային անցյալից միայն աղոտ հիշողություններ են մնացել" (in Armenian). Noravank Foundation. «Արմենիա Նաու» էլեկտրոնային պարբերականի... 
  4. ^ "Ահազանգում են լրատվամիջոցների ղեկավարները". Hetq Online (in Armenian). 14 March 2008. «Արմենիա Նաու» էլեկտրոնային հանդեսի խմբագիր` Ջոն Հյուզ 
  5. ^ "New Times Journalism Training Center NGO" (PDF). 2012 Business Directory. American Chamber of Commerce in Armenia. p. 103. Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  6. ^ "With Gratitude: ArmeniaNow Turns the Page on 14 Years of Pioneer Journalism". ArmeniaNow.com. 8 June 2016. Retrieved 1 October 2016. 
  7. ^ Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia 2008. Taylor & Francis. 2007. p. 83. 
  8. ^ "Staff". armenianow.com. Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  9. ^ "News Agencies and Online Media". Yerevan Press Club. Archived from the original on 1 February 2014. Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  10. ^ ""Հայ Ձմեռ պապն" ու կարիքավորները". Aravot (in Armenian). 23 December 2008. ...«Արմենիա նաու» ինտերնետային շաբաթաթերթի խմբագիր, ամերիկացի Ջոն Հյուզը: 
  11. ^ "Armenians and Progressive Politics". Armenian National Committee of America. 21 May 2008. ...ArmeniaNow editor John Hughes... 
  12. ^ Jafalian, Annie, ed. (2013). Reassessing Security in the South Caucasus: Regional Conflicts and Transformation. Ashgate Publishing. p. 63. 
  13. ^ Ishkanian, Armine (2008). Democracy Building and Civil Society in Post-Soviet Armenia. Routledge. p. 177. ISBN 9781134076765. 
  14. ^ Mirzoyan, Alla (2010). Armenia, the Regional Powers, and the West: Between History and Geopolitics. Palgrave Macmillan. p. 210. ISBN 9780230106352. 
  15. ^ Babayan, Nelli (2014). European Union and United States Democracy Promotion: EU, US, and Russia in the South Caucasus. Routledge. p. 177. ISBN 9781317750628. 
  16. ^ "The Use of Administrative Detention in the 2003 Armenian Presidential Election". hrw.org. 23 May 2003. 
  17. ^ "Prelude to April 12-13". hrw.org. April 2004. 
  18. ^ "Armenia: No Space for Difference" (PDF). amnesty.org. 2013. pp. 17–18. 
  19. ^ Nations in Transit 2014: Democratization from Central Europe to Eurasia. Freedom House. 2014. p. 85.