ABU DHABI/SARAJEVO, October 24 (FENA) - The organizers of the second Global Media Congress (GMC), which will be held from November 14 to 16 this year in Abu Dhabi, have announced a rich program with numerous panel discussions in which the participation of prominent persons from the media, as well as numerous other spheres, is expected.
The focus of this year's GMC is shaping the media industry's future, which is rapidly changing and forcing media companies to adapt to thrive. Several interesting panel discussions are planned on the first day of the Congress on the topics "Government Communication Tools for Sensitizing Audiences on Climate Change", "Think Tanks at the Forefront of Climate Action", "Development of Journalism: What it Covers and What it Covers Up", "Content Production in the Era of Sustainability" " and "Data in the Service of Truth: The Importance of Data Analysis and Visualization".
An intensive program of panel sessions is planned for the remaining days of the GMC, and among the topics of these discussions are the protection of content from piracy, fake news and changes brought by artificial intelligence and media education, i.e. how the media, media schools and technology companies can cooperate more. "Sustainable Revenue Models in the Digital Era: Defining a Pathway to Profitability" and "Print Media: Is There Light at the End of the Digital Tunnel?" are some of the panel discussions on the last day of the Congress.
The Global Media Congress is the ideal platform for businesses to connect with global thought leaders, learn about the latest trends, and collaborate on new ideas. This year, the Global Media Congress will feature the exhibition, where leading international and local brands will showcase the latest tech, products, and services in media. The event will also host the conference, which brings together global leaders in media to address hot topics and trends.
The Global Media Congress hosts a series of training and talent development workshops, providing attendees with the opportunity to develop new skills and nurture existing ones. The organizers announced the Innovate Stage as a place for new ideas and will provide opportunities for individuals and companies to demonstrate their capabilities. Startups will also have the chance to introduce their business ideas to Key stakeholders, Investors and Venture Capital firms through presentations on the Innovation Stage over three days.
GMC will gather social media influencers who have a strong presence in the region. The global media congress will bring together some of the most prominent influencers in the Middle East to network, collaborate, and share their wisdom with new and upcoming influencers. The Create stage will offer a platform for established content creators to share practical insight on how to grow audiences, how to create engaging content and how to monetize and make influencing a career.
The Global Media Congress NexTech aims to support, nurture, and showcase early to growth-stage startups, providing them with the opportunity to showcase their applications/products, solutions, and other technological innovations beneficial for the media industry. NexTech aims to identify promising initiatives worldwide that demonstrate potential in creating cutting-edge technologies applicable to the media industry.
The Federal News Agency from Bosnia and Herzegovina, FENA, will participate in the second edition of the Global Media Congress in Abu Dhabi. The three-day congress will be held by ADNEC Group in strategic partnership with Emirates News Agency (WAM) under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President and Deputy Prime Minister of the UAE, and Chairman of the Presidential Court.
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