Broadcasting and media
In the most difficult of times, journalism can play several roles in supporting communities around the globe. It can disseminate critical information to keep people safe and informed, it can illuminate stories that bring us hope and remind us of our shared human experience, and it can help us find and share solutions to wicked problems.
In previous articles, I’ve focused on how business in general and CSR professionals, in particular, can help step up in the age of coronavirus. In this article, I’d like to explore ways in which the marketing, media and advertising industries in particular can help solve problems in these turbulent times.
La Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC) insta a los medios de comunicación; radios AM y FM, canales de televisión y portales digitales, a apoyar al sector cultural paraguayo con la difusión de las obras musicales de autores nacionales en sus espacios.
Continuing with media inquiries about Government measures intended to help the media sector, we emphasize that the adopted measures of the Government of the Republic of Croatia are aimed at protecting the economy and preserving jobs. Most media service providers in the Republic of Croatia act as companies, and thus these measures are aimed at them as well.
Director-General Tony Hall says: "We all know these are challenging times for each and every one of us. As the national broadcaster, the BBC has a special role to play at this time of national need.
An international expert conference on media literacy, organized by the European Commission, the Ministry of Culture and the Electronic Media Agency, will take place from March 31 to April 1, 2020 within the framework of the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union in Zagreb.