Turkey's public broadcaster TRT has launched the fifth edition of its International Media Training Program to help prepare media members from around the world.
The program, which is based on sharing TRT's broadcasting experience, brings together world media with the theme "Effective Content Production." Organizers of the 5th International Media Training Program, which will be held in the southern city of Antalya, "aims at conveying the common values of humanity and the concept of civilization to the world public opinion with the spirit of up-to-date broadcasting language."The program, which commenced in 2009 with the participation of 27 countries, will run through Dec. 12 and 162 media employees from 70 countries will be attending this time around.
The event will host five forums: "Effective Content Production," "Future of TV Broadcasting," "Reporting in a State of Emergency," "Radio Everywhere" and "Big Data in Broadcasting."
Participants will discuss mobile applications, new trends in broadcasting and new media technologies while experts will talk about perception management, the media and Islamophobia, "Post Truth and Broadcasting," "Emoji Culture" and the "Future of Entertainment."
Daily Sabah Editor-in-Chief Serdar Karagöz will also speak as part of the "Diplomacy Reporting" panel on Dec. 10.