New voices, expanding spaces, funding possibilities
Welcome to the second edition of the Kenya Media Week.
Media Focus on Africa, Mobile Journalism Africa and the National Endowment for Democracy are delighted to bring to you this years’ edition of the Kenya Media Week conference. We continue to explore current and emerging trends in digital innovations for journalism. The conference is keen to hear from new voices in journalism. Our intention is to foster collaborations that could promote public interest journalism through digital platforms.
We are seeking solutions to improving and promoting public interest journalism and especially investigative journalism.The main question is: whether non-profit digital news platforms are the alternative for in depth, authoritative, and investigative coverage of matters of great public interest in Kenya?
During the three days, our conversations will explore the following:
– Day 1: Digital innovations for journalism
– Day 2: Emerging professions in digital media and
– Day 3: Ideologies propagated in the digital space
This conference is a safe space for journalists and media practitioners to debate and critique current models for the media in order to innovate for the future of journalism.
This conference has a robust social media coverage plan. Join us on #MediaMattersKE #KenyaMediaWeek2019. Follow us on Twitter @Media_Focus and on Facebook @MediaFocusonAfrica. Let’s Tweet our way to a free press!
We are coming to the end of the year, a perfect time to meet your colleagues in the media, make new contacts and get ground breaking ideas to implement next year.
Learn. Get inspired. Go out and make a difference in your media organization. Join us from November 20th to 22 nd.
We hope you will enjoy the experience. Let’s work together in supporting journalism and a free press!