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Media summit: The future of journalism and the role of international broadcasters

The media's digital future has long become a reality. As journalists write blogs and bloggers post journalistic content, the lines between commentary and traditional journalistic reporting have been blurred.

Monday, June 30, 2014, 11.00 a.m.

The media's digital future has long become a reality. As journalists write blogs and bloggers post journalistic content, the lines between commentary and traditional journalistic reporting have been blurred. While new media outlets take an ever firmer hold across the world, conversations have grown concerning quality, credibility and authenticity. The globalization of media has also left its mark on foreign broadcasters, who have had to adapt not only their communication structures but also theirself-image in the midst of this sea change.

What will information services look like in the future? How can international broadcasters contribute to global diversity? Who can smoothly navigate the flood of information? Will conventional media be able to retain their stake or has the time come to revise the very way we think about "news"?

Panelists:

Döpfner, Dr. Mathias
Chairman and CEO, Axel Springer SE, Germany

Jarvis, Jeff
Journalist and Professor, City University of New York, United States

Limbourg, Peter
Director General, Deutsche Welle, Germany

Negm, Salah
Director Of News, Al Jazeera English

Sircar, Jawhar
Chief Executive Officer, Prasar Bharati, India

Moderation:

Sebastian, Tim
Chairman of the "New Arab Debates", UK