Broadcasting and media
NZ On Air has released new research that spotlights how NZers view ourselves, our perceptions of our culture and identity, and our relationship with local media
Culture Minister Nina Obuljen Korzinek as a delegate to Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovic participated in the opening of the South East Media Forum (SEEMF) International Media Conference, which took place on Monday, November 4, 2019 in Zagreb.
Social media conglomerates are often looked upon with suspicion when it comes to the management of their platforms and collaboration for social development. Media and information literacy is a potent way to help people to critically navigate these information superhighways while enabling them to understand that they have the autonomy to choose what they do online or not.
Following the Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week 2019 Feature Conference on 24-25 September 2019, young people shed light on issues related to MIL that are most relevant to them at the Youth Agenda Forum. The Youth Agenda Forum was co-organized by the Region Västra Götaland and UNESCO, in cooperation with, among others, the Youth Sub-Committee of the Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL) and the University of Gothenburg.
In Reporting on the development of the media in Denmark, analysis is carried out on three main themes: Media use, media content and media industry. The reporting is based on a comprehensive amount of data and consists of a total of eight chapters and a number of special reports that can be downloaded.
While traditional television viewing and radio listening continue to decline, the media usage of the Danes continues to take place increasingly on digital and mobile platforms. This is shown by the Slots- og Kulturstyrelsen annual report on Media Development in Denmark, which is published today.