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Forum on Media Systems, press freedom and digital transformation in Latin America

Washington DC

NPR

1111 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002

 

 

TENTATIVE AGENDA

 

26 June

 
5:00p – 5:45p Opening Remarks
  Edward Schumacher-Matos, Ombudsman – NPR
Michael Shifter, President of the Inter-American Dialogue
Jorge Familiar, Vice President, Latin America and the Caribbean, World Bank (tbd)
5:45p – 6.45p Presentation of the report Media Systems Regulation and Digital TV in Latin America, by Gustavo Gómez Germano
Introduction by: Sergio Jellinek, External Affairs Manager, Latin America and the Caribbean, World Bank
Discussants: José Miguel Vivanco, Executive Director, Americas Division, Human Rights Watch
Silvio R. Waisbord, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University
6.45p – 8:30p Reception
    

27 June

 
9:30a – 11:00a Panel 1: Press Freedom, Pluralism and  Media Systems  in Latin America
Speakers: David Rivas, Director of Public Media, El Salvador
Romel Jurado, Ecuador, President of Checks & Balances
  Omar Rincón, Colombia, Director of the Journalism Institute of Los Andes University
  Mauricio Herrera, Director of the University of Costa Rica and former member of the Inter-American Courts of Human Rights
Moderator: Marcelo Varela, Carter Center
11:00a – 11:15a Coffee Break
11:15a – 1:00p Panel 2: The Crisis of Print Media and the Future of Digital Journalism
Speakers: Oscar Martinez, El Faro, El Salvador
Daniel Moreno, General Director, Animal Politico, Mexico
 
Moderator: Edward Schumacher-Matos, Ombudsman – NPR
1:00p – 2:30p Lunch and Closing Remarks by the organizers: 

Edward Schumacher-Matos, Ombudsman – NPR

Michael Shifter, President of the Inter-American Dialogue

Sergio Jellinek, External Affairs Manager, Latin America and the Caribbean, World Bank

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