Technologies that are changing the media

The annual Future Mediaforum is a place for editors, journalists, media experts, IT developers and businesspeople to discuss trends in media development.

This year’s forum, which will take place on Nov. 28 at the International Multimedia Press Center at the Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency will discuss how to make journalism more transparent and interactive, the use of digital technologies and the future of journalism.

Registration is open until Nov. 26 at  http://fmf.ria.ru/docs/about/registration.html

The major issues to be discussed are:

  • How to create a media company of the future
  • Why media cannot survive without technology;
  • Drone journalism and new video news formats;
  • Latest data visualization trends;
  • Next-generation media services.

The forum will be attended by leading world media experts and editors, including John Burn-Murdoch of the Financial Times; David Cohn of innovation startup Circa; Inga Thordar, editor, Video Content BBC World TV/BBC.com/news; and Lizzie Phelan, head of the newsroom at RUPTLY, RT's global video news agency.

If you are interested in the latest trends in the development of the global media industry, the media's impact on society, new editorial technologies and the future of journalism, the Future Media Forum is for you.

For more information visit http://fmf-eng.ria.ru

Please contact:

Yekaterina Marchukova

Tel.: +7 495 645 6601, Ext. 7750

E-mail: e.marchukova@rian.ru

 

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