New media require new professions. The digitalization of media and growing amount of online platforms and mobile media have created new technical possibilities as well as new formats and forms of content.
26 June, 2:00 p.m., Room FG
Hosted by Deutsche Welle
New media require new professions. The digitalization of media and growing amount of online platforms and mobile media have created new technical possibilities as well as new formats and forms of content. Professional capacities have been diverted. New professions have been created and are required. Graphic designers, software experts, video journalists, database experts and app developers now form an integral part of the media landscape. What is the situation in developing countries? What about traditional job outlines? Which professions are needed most and is a lack of specialists hindering media in developing business?
This event is part of a series of panels and workshops hosted by DW Akademie. The series of events will highlight the potential impact of media, culture and education on media development cooperation, DW Akademie's core activity, from various perspectives. The series of panels and workshops aims to contribute to the improvement of professional media education and international media support strategies in light of demographic challenges and a fast-changing media environment.
Director, International Institute for Journalism, GIZ, Berlin, Germany
Anglo - Burmese Filmmaker and Producer, Myanmar
Digital Managing Editor and Deputy Editor-in-Chief, ELLE Vietnam
Schellpeper, Almuth (Moderator)
Senior Lecturer, International Media Studies Master's Program, DW Akademie, Bonn, Germany
Deputy Head Africa Division and Coordinator North Africa, DW Akademie, Bonn; Germany
Film Director and Screenwriter, Berlin, Germany