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Partnership for the Future media forum

Partnership for the Future media forum

The Belarusian international media forum Partnership for the Future is taking place in Minsk and Minsk Oblast on 11-14 September. Taking part in the event are representatives of about 30 countries. The main themes of the forum include the digital agenda for media space, internet resources as a tool for shaping public opinion, the Belarus-Russia Union State in the age of new mass media, television and new network opportunities, digitalization of media space and a new face of traditional media.

Pavel Lyogky
Opinion: Digitization contributes to quality of regional mass media
13 September, 17:48
Digitization contributes to the quality of regional mass media, Belarus' First Deputy Information Minister Pavel Lyogky told journalists on the sidelines of the summer school of journalism held during the 13th Belarusian International Media Forum Partnership for the Future.
Alexander Karlyukevich
Karlyukevich: Digital transformation of media space changes journalism
13 September, 14:09
"Digital transformation is happening very fast. It brings new technologies and changes the paradigm of journalism. Social media has a strong impact on the information sector. As a result, everyone can influence the agenda. Along with positive changes, the digitization of the media space has certain negative consequences. It adversely affects credibility, quality and objectivity of information flow, " Alexander Karlyukevich said.
Mass media forum resolution against fake news, incompetence signed in Minsk
12 September, 19:59
The resolution expressed concern over the growing volume of fake news and forbidden information, including extremist materials, propaganda of violence and other information products, which no society can accept.
Belarusian Information Ministry describes people's trust as key tool to fight fake news online
12 September, 19:49
The official said: “First of all, mass media need a certain degree of trust in order to confidently respond to any fake news and nip them in the bud. Second, the audience needs to be as large as possible.”
Maxim Minchev
Minchev: Modern mass media should maintain continuous dialogue
12 September, 18:12
The journalist community must engage in an ongoing dialogue. Things are changing very fact and we can keep pace only by way of sharing experiences, communicating with each other, Maxim Minchev said.
Kubanychbek Taabaldiev. An archive photo
Taabaldiev: Media forums help find general solution to combat fake news
12 September, 18:02
“Nowadays journalism is eroding and information is spread not through official channels but through blogs and social media. It causes a large flow of fake information we need to combat. Such media forums help find a general solution to reduce the number of such news items, to make sure people can get useful and credible information,” Kubanychbek Taabaldiev says.
A plenary meeting of the media forum
Opinion: Mass media should interact with blogosphere
12 September, 17:25
Mass media should interact with the blogosphere, Deputy State Secretary of the Belarus-Russia Union State Aleksei Kubrin said at the 13th Belarusian International Media Forum Partnership for the Future: Digital Agenda for Media Space.
Plenary meeting of the media forum in Minsk
He Ping: Competition from new media spurs development of traditional mass media
12 September, 16:03
“New mass media are competing with the traditional mass media, but at the same time stimulate them to move forward, motivate to use new opportunities,” He Ping says.
Vladimir Mamontov. An archive photo
Opinion: Journalists need to be marketing experts
12 September, 15:30
Vladimir Mamontov does not deny that the media should provide analytics. It, however, needs to change. Journalists need to learn to analyze fast, sharply and wittily in order to capture readers' attention.
Lyogky: Belarusian media laws up-to-date, correspond to national realities
12 September, 14:52
While developing the law on mass media in Belarus, we did a lot of research on similar legislations of other countries. But not all the novels that are considered modern and relevant were accepted in our country. We have our own features, approaches, interests, including national ones that should be protected by this law, Pavel Lyogky said.
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