RTP debates the future of the public service – Meios & Publicidade

The Future of Public Media Service is the theme of the international conference organized by RTP’s Opinion Council on the 22nd in Lisbon. According to the station, “the initiative aims to think about public and digital radio and television in Portugal, as well as to understand trends in Europe and discuss the urgency of innovating and thinking about content”.

The panel “The role of the public service in the national media landscape” includes the participation of José Rebelo, member of the RTP Opinion Board, Luís Marques, former director of RTP and the Impresa group, Nicolau Santos, chairman of the Board of Directors from RTP.

“Trends and challenges for public television and radio in Europe” will be discussed by Francisco Campos Freire, professor at the University of Santiago de Compostela, and Dorien Verckist, representative of the EBU Senior Media Analyst Media Intelligence Service.

In “Innovating and designing the public media service”, Ana Pinto Martinho, researcher, Rui Oliveira, president of the National Youth Council and Mariana Asseraf Jacob, head of media development & young audiences, will be talking.

The last panel is dedicated to “Public Service: local content and diaspora” and will have as participants Rui Barata, advisor for Communities – France and Europe, Diniz Borges, professor at the University of California and president of AMDA – Azores Diaspora Media Alliance and José António Gonçalves, member of the Madeiran communities.

It is possible to watch the conference via livestreaming through: rtp.pt/ofuturodoservicopublicodemedia. The conference takes place between 9am and 6pm.

Source: Meios & Publicidade by www.meiosepublicidade.pt.

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