V three days of Lviv Media Forum prepares a rich program and somewhat changed the format. This year more emphasis on practice to familiarize the participants with real successful case studies.
Accordingly, in addition to the battles, speeches and public interviews on the main stage, the second and third day you can visit at least 9 thematic threads: “the Investigation” and “Business journalism”, “Media”, “Digital journalism”, “Reporting”, storytelling has been a peoples, “the Media and reform,” “Cultural journalism”, “Regional media” and others.
V Lviv Media Forum expects more than 90 speakers from 15 countries. This is one of the largest events in the field of media in Central and Eastern Europe, which offers a platform of exchange of knowledge and experience to all who are interested to feel MediaTrend and efficiently how to plan the development of their media projects and their own career development. “Looking for (waiting for) the new algorithms. Media in the era of posttrade” — the main theme of V Lviv Media Forum.
One of the innovations is the format of public talks. On the main stage, the head of “Public radio” Andriy Kulikov will interview the General Director of 1+1 media Alexander Tkachenko, a Russian journalist Konstantin Eggert will communicate with the Austrian writer Suzanne Scholl, a Ukrainian media expert Otar Dovzhenko will speak with Polish reportersthe Katarzyna Kwiatkowski-Moskalevich.
In a separate thematic threads, the speakers will present their professional portfolios.
Case studies of investigative journalism will present Paul Radu (OCCRP, Romania), Aric Toler (Bellingcat, America), Peter Patsevich (OKO.press, Poland), Serhiy Andrushko (SCHEMA, Ukraine), Mykhailo Tkach (SCHEMA, Ukraine), Alex Shalaysky (Our money, Ukraine).
Business journalism will reveal Sergey Fursa (Dragon Capital, Ukraine), Hlib Vyshlinsky (economic strategy Center, Ukraine), Yelena shkarpova (VoxCheck, Ukraine), Dumitru Alaiba (blogger, Moldova), Alexander Kramarenko (Ukraine), Boris Davydenko (VoxUkraine , Ukraine), Tymofiy mylovanov (Kyiv School of Economics, Ukraine) and Nina Mishchenko (former Forbes Ukraine).
With digital journalism with their own knowledge will share mark Egan (ex-BBC, UK), 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), Andrew] (ex-Apparat, Ukraine), bektour Iskender (Kloop, Kyrgyzstan), Jakub Gornicki (mediaconsulting, Poland), Peter Andrusechko (Gazeta Wyborcza, Poland ), Morten Holst (mediaconsulting, Norway).
About the media participants will learn more from Julia Macgaffey (mediaexpert, Ukraine), Andrea Manfredi (Blasting News, UK), Alexandra Maida (TVN24, Poland), Denis Zelenova (24 channel, Ukraine), Olga Rudenko (KyivPost, Ukraine), Pavlenko Oksana (The Devochki, Ukraine) Taras Prokopishin (The Ukrainians, Ukraine).
Cultural journalism will become a common theme for the performances of Sasha Proletarian (blogger, Ukraine), Dementia Pronova (photographer, Ukraine), Yuri Birch (Karabas Live, Ukraine), Maxim Serdyuk (Muzmapa, Ukraine), Eugene Nesterovich (Zbruc.eu, Ukraine), Igor Sidorenko (Stoned Jesus, Radio Submarine, Ukraine), Alice Laikinai (ART UKRAINE, Ukraine).
The thematic stream “Reportage” will be presented by Paul Tails (Newsweek Poland), Nolan Peterson (The Daily Sиgnal, USA), Timur Olevsky (Now, Czech Republic-Russia).
All about storytelling tells Elena Kostyuchenko (Novaya Gazeta, Russia), Katarzyna kwiatkowska-Moskalewicz (writer, Poland), Denis Chamberlin (photojournalist, Pulitzer prize winner, USA), Bogdan LOGVYNENKO (Ukraиner, Ukraine).
In the stream of “Regional media” will be Natalia Kurdyukova (BOILING, Ukraine), Elena Shirokova (hromads’ke, Zaporizhia), Alexander Chizh (hromads’ke Dnipro), Irina Fedoriv (Society of Pryirpinnia, Ukraine).
In addition, there will be a number of side events: a screening of the film Something Better to Come Polish documentary artist Anna Polak, panel on the integration of the occupied territories in Ukrainian media space, the presentation of the online Handbook on media literacy for students “Mediadrive”, a panel about the coverage of the rights of minorities, “data Journalism” from TEXTY.ORG.UA and others.
We will remind, 2017 Lviv Media Forum will take place on 25 to 27 may. Registration continues on the official website.
V Lviv Media Forum is supported by the National endowment for democracy NED, Germana Marshall Fund (USA) and the EU delegation 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 UCU. With the support of Lviv city Council.
To see with the speakers on the link. The program is constantly supplemented and updated.