MINSK, 12 September (BelTA) – The competition from new information resources stimulates the development of the traditional mass media, Editor-in-Chief of Xinhua news agency (China) He Ping told journalists at the 13th Belarusian International Media Forum Partnership for the Future: Digital Agenda for Media Space, BelTA has learned.
“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.
According to him, the media forum in Minsk is an important platform to exchange opinions between mass media representatives from different countries. The forum gives the opportunity to discuss the best ways to adapt to what is happening in the media space, to find practical solutions.
The 13th Belarusian International Media Forum is held in Minsk and Minsk District on 11-14 September. The forum is attended by about 300 representatives of nearly 30 CIS and non-CIS countries.More about Society