22 January: deadline to submit applications for lecture “How to navigate the world of modern mass media"
On January 25, several prominent journalists and editors in chief are to share their knowledge of how the Ukrainian media market does it work, challenges the world mass media are facing, and how to help the journalists to navigate the rapid flow of information.
The lecture "How to navigate the world of modern mass media" is to talk about:
- How political journalism does works
- How to build your own network of reliable sources of information
- Where the world mass media tend
- How not to succumb to manipulations and fake news
- Who wins the battle in the emotional struggle for the TV viewer
- 14: 00-15: 00 "Censorship, self-censorship, lies: what the Ukrainian mass media are silent about?"Speaker: Pavel Kazarin, presenter of UA: Pershy, columnist with Radio Liberty, Novoe Vremya
- 15: 15-16: 15 "Between bot-farms and artificial intelligence: where the world mass media head".Speaker: Natalya Humeniuk, TV presenter, co-founder of Hromadske Television, author of the book "Maidan Tahrir"
- 16: 30-17: 30 "Small talk or a tool for change: political journalism anatomy."Speakers: Ivan Verstyuk, observer for Novoe Vremya; Sevhil Musayeva, editor-in-chief of "Ukraynska Pravda"
- 18: 00-19: 30 Discussion: News is funny and sad: why YouTube can knock out TV?
- Participants: Denis Bigus (founder of Bihus.info), Andriy Kulikov (TV presenter, author of programs on Hromadske Radio), Zurab Alasaniya (Chairman of the Board of the National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine), Roman Vintoniv (founder of Toronto Television)
Entrance is free, by prior registration.
Please, find application form here.
Deadline for registeration: January 22nd. The confirmation will be sent to the specified email address until January 24th.
Organizer: The Georgy Gongadze Award (prize for journalists founded by PEN Ukraine in partnership with the Kyiv Mohyla Business School Alumni Association and the Ukrainska Pravda).
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