Digital-born Media Carnival, to be held 14 – 18 July in Kotor, Montenegro, is a four-day event gathering more than a hundred representatives of online media, information explorers and digital rights enthusiasts pushing the boundaries of understanding of Internet freedom, business models and comprehensive distribution patterns of networked media.
It is a joint initiative by SHARE Foundation, the OSCE Mission to Serbia & the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands with the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media.
This event strives to provide a regional platform where the latest trends in the confluence of technology and society can be presented and discussed in a friendly environment with the aim to learn from each other.
Through a mixture of interactive panels, talks, workshops and hands-on trainings, leading experts will give their take on the future challenges to the freedom of expression and media professionalism in a connected public sphere – how to create new opportunities for sustainability and growth while staying true to the ethical standards of journalism in a digital environment.
The main topics of the Carnival are fake news, ethics, sustainability, business models, creativity, innovation in reporting, manipulation, the online media market, surveillance, privacy, post-truth etc.
Application deadline is 1 June
All information regarding the Carnival at http://shareconference.net/carnival .