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Future media: 'Don't be afraid to fail'
No one knows exactly what the media of the future will be like, not even 10 years from now, but the important thing is to keep the ball rolling, experiment, and not be afraid to fail - this was the keynote of the Future Media international forum hosted by RIA Novosti on Friday.
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The media must learn to work in new niches – Mironyuk
The social responsibility of the media is growing and journalists’ monologue is turning into a dialogue between journalists and their audience, RIA Novosti Editor-in-Chief Svetlana Mironyuk said.
RIA Novosti hopes to draw million citizen reporters by 2016
About 2,000 citizen reporters currently contribute to Russian News and Information Agency RIA Novosti and the organization plans to increase the number of contributors to 1 million over the next five years, editor-in-chief Svetlana Mironyuk said on Friday.
Live broadcast of Future Media Forum
RIA Novosti broadcast live the Future Media Forum. June 24,10 a.m., Zubovsky boulevard, 4, Moscow, Russia
Medvedev to make internet copyright proposals 'soon'
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Thursday he would soon submit his proposals on intellectual property rights and copyright regulation on the Internet.
Traditional media must integrate with social media - experts
Modern media should adopt all the possibilities and be aware of the limitations that social media create in order to have more efficient communications with the audience, media experts said in Moscow on Thursday.
Journalism profession will change but survive – experts
Moscow, June 27, RIA Novosti – Experts brought together by RIA Novosti for its Future Media Forum on Thursday discussed cut-and-paste journalism, customized media, and the future of the journalism profession.
D. Medvedev visited RIA Novosti on June 23, 2011 to congratulate the agency
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited the Russian International News and Information agency RIA Novosti on Thursday to congratulate the agency on its 70th anniversary and to open Future Media Forum
Medvedev visits RIA Novosti
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited RIA Novosti’s Moscow newsroom on Thursday. Staff of the country’s leading information agency introduced the head of state to its new media capabilities.
Speakers of Future Media Forum meet D. Medvedev
Speakers of the Future Media Forum met with President Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday, June 23, 2011. The meeting was held in Moscow in multimedia press center of RIA Novosti.
23d June 2011: Special session of the International Future Media Forum
A special session of the International Future Media Forum titled “Russian and Foreign Media: Past, Present, Future will open on June 23, 2011. The session, organized by RIA Novosti in association with the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program (IFP Russia), will be held in RIA Novosti’s New hall at 4, Zubovsky Boulevard.
Mr Ringtone predicts social media’s key role in news reporting
Social media will soon take over from traditional news organizations as major providers of news content, a pioneer of the world’s mobile entertainment industry told RIA Novosti on Wednesday.
RIA Novosti convenes 600 international participants for Future Media Forum
Around 600 representatives of the world’s leading media outlets will gather in Moscow on June 24 for a RIA Novosti forum on the future of journalism. The Future Media Forum will take place at the RIA Novosti international multimedia press center at 4 Zubovsky Boulevard. The event has sparked great interest due to the relevance of the issues on the agenda which relate to developing media technologies, the roles of innovative and conventional media in society and ultimately, the future of journalism.
US and Japan experts discuss mobile industry trends
To mark its 70th anniversary, RIA Novosti organizes series of seminars with leading experts in innovative technology.
24th June 2011: International Future Media Forum
In celebration of its 70th anniversary, the RIA Novosti media holding launches the international Future Media forum, which will focus on the development of media technology, the impact of new and traditional media on society, and the future of journalism.
2d June 2011: RIA Novosti to hold seminars with leading experts of innovative technologies
In preparation for the International Future Media Forum seminars with leading experts of innovation will be held.
Russia disagrees with G8 on internet development - Medvedev
Russia's stance on internet development and intellectual property rights differs from that in the final joint declaration of the G8 leaders, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday.
10th May 2011: round table discussion "The Future of Journalism - quality versus quantity"
In preparation for the International Future Media Forum there was organized by RIA Novosti a round table discussion:"The Future of Journalism: quality versus quantity."
Medvedev vows not to restrict Internet
Russia will "make the right choice" on regulating the Internet, President Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday, hinting that the government did not intend to impose Chinese-style bans on websites.
Media must use social networks - internet project manager
The media must use social networks if they want to attract more readers, RIA Novosti's internet project manager Darya Penchilova said on Wednesday.
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