Lviv Media Forum 2017: more than 90 speakers from 15 countries

The Central theme of the jubilee media Forum — “Lookingwaiting for new algorithms. Media in the era of posttrade”.
This year the event will have a rich three-day program with new speakers and formats.
For the first time in Lviv Media Forum coming star of the Polish documentary Anna Polak, British Professor of journalism George Brock, a prominent Georgian journalist Nino Ivanishvili, Romanian investigator Radu Floor, American international Michael Weiss, editor in chief of Newsweek Polska Tomasz Woods, the editor of the “Europe” in the Financial Times Tony Barber, the Russian raportisto Elena Kostyuchenko and others.
One of the innovations is the format of public talks. Famous Ukrainian journalists and experts accept public interview with the author of the international bestseller “LIH. Inside the army of terror,” Michael Weiss, author of “to Kill a dragon. The Ukrainian revolution” Katarzyna Kwiatkowski-Moskalewicz and Director of 1+1 media Alexander Tkachenko.
This year introduced the format of a separate thematic threads such as “Investigation” and “Business journalism”, “Media”, “Digital journalism”, “Reporting”, “storytelling has been a peoples”, “Cultural journalism”, “Regional media” and the like.
Traditionally Lviv Media Forum will take place the presentation of the Award named after Alexander Krivenko and a lecture on the freedom.
The event will last 3 days, from 25 to 27 may.
V Lviv Media Forum is supported by the National endowment for Democracy NED, Germana Marshall Fund (USA), the EU office in Ukraine.
The General partner of Dragon Capital investment company.
Exclusive media partner – the channel 24.
Organizers: NGO “Lviv media forum”, School of journalism of Ukrainian Catholic University. With the support of Lviv city Council.
On the first day. 25 may
Marci shore (Yale University, USA);
Sergey Rakhmanin (“Mirror of week”, Ukraine);
Paul casarin (columnist, Ukraine);
Tomas Forest (Newsweek Poland);
Michael Weiss (The Daily Beast, USA);
Anna Polak (Director-a researcher, Poland);
Konstantin Eggert (Dozhd, Russia);
Nino Ivanishvili (ex-Reuters, Georgia);
Suzanne Scholl (writer, Austria).
The parallel with the cultural journalism:
Albert Zurenko (Cultmaster, Ukraine);
Mar, shock (air force, Ukraine);
Vlad Fisun (Radio Aristocrats, Ukraine).
The second day, 26 may
Daniel Mosteiro (El Español, Spain);
George Brock (City University of London, UK);
Alexander Tkachenko (1+1, Ukraine);
Andrey Kulikov (Public Radio, Ukraine);
Katarzyna kwiatkowska-Moskalewicz (writer, Poland).
Thematic streams:
Investigation:
Paul Radu (OCCRP, Romania), Aric Toler (Bellingcat), Peter Patsevich (OKO.press, Poland), Serhiy Andrushko (SCHEMA, Ukraine), Mykhailo Tkach (SCHEMA, Ukraine).
Business journalism:
Sergey Fursa (investment banker), Ukraine, Hlib Vyshlinsky (economic strategy Center, Ukraine), Yelena shkarpova (VoxCheck, Ukraine), Dumitru Alaiba (blogger, Moldova) – OOP, Alexander Kramarenko (Ukraine), Boris Davidenko (VoxUkraine, Ukraine), Tymofiy mylovanov (Kyiv School of Economics, Ukraine), Nina Mishchenko (ex-Forbes Ukraine).
Digital journalism:
Mark Egan (ex-BBC, UK), Beata Bel (Google News Lab, Poland), Catalina Albeanu (journalism.co.uk, UK), Evgeny Safonov (Bird In Flight, Ukraine), Maxim Savanevsky (Watcher, Ukraine), Robb Montgomery (media trainer, Germany), Andrei Bashtovoi (The Village), Ukraine, Ollie Osborne (VICE, UK) – the PLO, bektour Iskender (Kloop, Kyrgyzstan).
Media management:
Grzegorz Infantry (mediaconsulting, Poland), Julia Macgaffey (Radio Aristocrats, Ukraine), Andrea Manfredi (Blasting News, UK), Alexandra Maida (TVN24, Poland), Denis green (24 channel, Ukraine), Olga Rudenko (KyivPost, Ukraine), Pavlenko Oksana (The Devochki, Ukraine), Taras Prokopishini (The Ukrainians, Ukraine).
Day three. 27 may
Cultural journalism:
Sasha proletarian (blogger, Ukraine), Tementi Pronav (photographer, Ukraine), Yuriy Bereza (Karabas Live, Ukraine), Maxim Serdyuk (Muzmapa, Ukraine), Eugene Nesterovich (Zbruc.eu, Ukraine), Igor Sidorenko (Radio Submarine), Ukraine, Alice Lozhkin (ART UKRAINE, Ukraine).
Report:
Nolan Peterson (The Daily Sиgnal, USA), Timur Olevsky (Now, Czech Republic-Russia), Jakub Gornicki (mediaconsulting, Poland), Peter Andrusechko (Gazeta Wyborcza, Poland), Elena Kostyuchenko (Novaya Gazeta, Russia), Katarzyna kwiatkowska-Moskalewicz (writer, Poland).
Storytelling has been a peoples:
Ashok Prasad (ex-BBC, UK) – the PLO, Dennis Chamberlin (photojournalist, Pulitzer prize winner, USA), Bogdan LOGVYNENKO (Ukraїner, Ukraine).
During the second and third days of the Forum will be a series of side events, in particular:
Presentation of the online guide for Teens “Mediadriven”: Diana Ducik (Detector media, Ukraine), and Marina Dorosh (MediaSapiens, Ukraine);
The lighting panel minorities: Olesya Yaremchuk (The Ukrainians, Ukraine), Volodymyr Beglov (Radio Skovoroda, Ukraine);
Panel on integration of the occupied territories in Ukrainian media space: Sevgili Musayev (Ukrainska Pravda, Ukraine), Alim Aliev (Krym.SOS), Valentina Samar (Zerkalo Nedeli, Ukraine).
The program is constantly supplemented and updated. Stay tuned on the official website lvivmediaforum.com.

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