Prague Media Point
Prague Media Point Virtual Conference: What’s Working
Date: December 1, 2020 – December 11, 2020
Location: Virtual Conference
Welcome to PRAGUE MEDIA POINT – a virtual conference for journalists, media professionals, and scholars on December 1-11, 2020 with workshops on December 12, 2020. #PragueMediaPoint
Registration to the conference is free of charge, while workshops require a fee. Register for the conference and workshops here.
This year’s program, under the theme “What’s Working,” will again take stock of success stories in the media industry – so important amid all the normal doom and gloom in the profession and society at large.
Held exclusively online, this year’s event presents a unique opportunity to learn from and engage with media leaders, no matter where you are.
PRAGUE MEDIA POINT is a joint project by KEYNOTE and Transitions. Our mission is to foster the media’s work for the public good by convening solution-oriented expert gatherings that bring together unique, regional perspectives and provide lasting networking experiences.
Per this year’s theme – “What’s Working” – discussions will focus on adapting or replicating successful projects and approaches in different contexts. The agenda includes 36 sessions split into four main areas addressing some of the most pressing issues of today:
- ON TODAY’S NEWS AGENDA – media freedom, the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis, and diversity.
- GROW AND INNOVATE – self-help for news organizations in these challenging times.
- SCHOLARLY INSIGHTS – presentations on current research, COVID-fueled innovations, and more.
- INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM – tracking organized crime, Chinese influence, and engaging the audience in long-term investigations.
Before participating, consider donating to help cover the costs of the conference. We wish you a great conference!
The press release can be downloaded here, furthermore you can download speaker photos and the conference logo.
This year’s Prague Media Point will be a virtual event! Read our entire statement here.
- Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Director of Research Development and Environment, School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University (UK)
- Claudia Loebbecke, Department of Media and Technology Management, The Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, University of Cologne (Germany)
- Bas van Beek, Co-Founder, Investigative Journalist, Platform Authentieke Journalistiek (The Netherlands)
- Roman Imielski, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland)
- András Pethő, Founder and Editor, Direkt 36 (Hungary)
- Gro Engen, Journalist, Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (Norway)
Prague Media Point 2020: Program part focused on Investigative Journalism in V4 and Western Balkans – Project co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund
For more information on submission, deadlines, and fees go to this www.praguemediapoint.com or contact: Dagmar Caspe, Project Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org