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On March 27th press conference “Main media trends of election campaign 2019”

21.03.2019, 18:36
On March 27 NGO “The Institute of Mass Information” and NGO “Detektor Media” together with NGO “The Institute of democracy named of Philip Orlyk” hold the press conference on results of several independent monitoring of news formats on television, in online editions and in printed press on March 2019. Main aspect is election issues. In particular: • coverage of election, campaigning of main candidates in the news blocks and main talk-shows of eight national television channels; • for the first time: on coverage of main developments in news TV channels; • survey of coverage of Ukraine in three main talk-shows of Russian television; • survey of communication that the main presidential contenders have to Donbas; • coverage of activity of main candidates for the presidency in 14 prominent online editions: whether they could ensure balance ? • main customers of jeansa in online editions, according to conclusions of experts as to this presidential campaign; • content analysis of Russian online editions covering Ukraine candidates for the presidency; • coverage of presidential election in regional mass media. The simultaneous translation into English will be provided at the press conference. Location: Ukrinform news agency, 8/16 B.Khmelnytsky street. Time: from 1.00 p.m. to 3 p.m. Participants: • Oksana Romanyuk,executive director of NGO “The Institute of Mass Information”; • Nataliya Lihachova, head of NGO “ Detektor Media”; • Svitlana Yeremenko, executive director of the Institute for democracy named of Philip Orlyk; • Petro Burkovsky, analyst of the Fondation “Democratic initiatives” named of I. Kucheriv; • Olena Churanova, analyst of the NGO “The Institute of Mass Information”. The officials of international organizations, civil society and mass media are invited to this press conference. The entry is free. The participants are to be registered immediately at place. No previous accreditation is required.
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