LMF2017
LVIV MEDIA FORUM
17-19 травня 2018
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19.05.2018 (УКР) Коли все стає медіа: ТОП-думки VI Lviv Media Forum
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17.05.2018 Orest Drul received 2018 Prize for Progress in Journalism
On the first day of Lviv Media Forum, a new winner of the Oleksandr Kryvenko Prize “For Progress in Journalism” was announced. This is already the fifteenth laureate of the Prize. This year, “Kapitula Postupu” organization awarded the prize to...
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17.05.2018 VI Lviv Media Forum has begun in Lviv
The main theme of the largest media event of the country in 2018 is “When Everything Becomes Media”. Traditionally, Lviv Media Forum has gathered about 850 participants, including 112 speakers from 17 countries of the world. “It is very important...
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Program
09:15
Welcome-coffee
09:45
Opening ceremony VI Lviv Media Forum
10:00
If everything is Me (dear), then what about the rest of us? Sean-Patrick Lovett (Vatican Radio, Vatican)
10:30
Cinema that forms us. What Ukrainians need in cinema halls Ahtem Seytablaiev (Director, TV-host, Ukraine)
11:00
12:00
13:00
Lunch
14:00
14:45
Impact of information leaks on geopolitics and media Nick Davies (The Guardian, UK) Bektour Iskender (Kloop, Kyrgyzstan)
15:15
15:45
Following standards of ethics in modern journalism Thomas Kent (Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Czech Republic)
16:15
Kill the Messenger - journalists in ever present danger Victor Malarek (CTV, Canada)
16:45
Coffee-break
17:30
Oleksandr Kryvenko Award For Progress in Journalism Ceremony. Lecture of Freedom Ihor Kozlovskyi (historian, Ukraine)
21:00
Party (32, Pravda Beer Theatre, Rynok sq.)
09:30
Digital A brief story about social Esra Doğramacı (Deutsche Welle, Germany) Digital media: traffic and money Denys Zelenov (Channel 24, Ukraine) Interactive Narratives: How newsrooms are using data to tell stories Aron Pilhofer (Temple University, USA)
09:30
Content The White House inside and outside Susan Biddle (ex-Washington Post, USA) Trends in modern documentary photography Valeriy Miloserdov (photographer, Ukraine) Financing and distribution of documentary films Alex Shiriaieff (B2B Doc, Sweden) Storytelling in VR: how to create an interactive documentary story Oleksiy Furman (New Cave Media, Ukraine) Sergiy Polezhaka (New Cave Media, Ukraine)
Green hall
09:30
Investigations Investigations: from individual projects to big team works Nick Davies (The Guardian, UK) Gerard Ryle (ICIJ, UK) Anna Babinets (Slidstvo.Info (OCCRP), Ukraine) A story about a leak that disclosed a fraud at presidential election in Kyrgyzstan Bektour Iskender (Kloop, Kyrgyzstan) The Natashas — A harrowing year-long investigation into the dark world of sex trafficking Victor Malarek (CTV, Canada)
Yellow hall
09:30
11:30
Кава перерва
12:15
Digital Why do media make online games? Кaterina Krongauz (Meduza, Latvia) Fantastic data stories and where to find them Yaryna Serkrez (The Wall Street Journal, USA-Ukraine) Visual and Data Journalism – how the BBC does it Amanda Farnsworth (BBC, UK)
12:15
12:15
Investigations Why isn’t anyone in jail? Denys Bihus (Bihus Info, Ukraine) To shoot an investigation or to do an investigation Mykhailo Tkach (Schemes, Ukraine) Subjects for investigations that are yet to be found and “black swans” to be catched Oleksa Shalayskyy ("Nashi groshi", Ukraine)
Yellow hall
12:15
12:15
How can Ukrainian media win the trust of Donbas: the research of NGO Detector Media Natalia Ligacheva (Detector Media, Ukraine) Halyna Petrenko (Detector Media, Ukraine) Yevheniya Oliynyk (Detector Media, Ukraine)
Фіолетова зала
14:15
Lunch
15:15
Digital mWorld: mCommerce, mElections, mMedia. How the world went mobile Yaroslav Vedmid (Postmen, Ukraine) Collaboration as the Future of Journalism Daniel Rzasa (Google News Lab, Poland) Social networks without organic coverage: is it true or a myth? Artem Soroka (Wikr Group, Ukraine) Multimedia stories and videocontent of tsn.ua: how to earn money, using these tools Kateryna Kobernyk (1+1 Media, Ukraine)
15:15
Investigations Reportage-transformation: media experience of watching the inside world Pawel Reszka (Newsweek Polska, Poland) Open data from Prozzoro: 1000+1 occasion to produce good content Daria Cherkashyna (ProZorro, Ukraine)
Yellow hall
15:15
How projects, that change the world, can bring benefit for a company Svitlana Paveletska (1+1 Media, Ukraine) Transforming the experience into the text: my reportages about Egypt Piotr Ibrahim Kalwas (writer, Poland) How to feel the trend? Ilya Krasilshchik (Meduza, Latvia) Andrij Bashtovyi (The Village Ukraine, Ukraine)
Green hall
15:15
18:30
Presentation of the book The Crimean Period of Russian History Communa, Galytska str, 1 Serhiy Medvedev (journalist, Russia)
21:00
Party in FESTrepublic (24-26, Staroznesenska str.)
10:00
Can theatre play a role of media in times when real media are silenced? Nikolai Khalezin (Belarus Free Theatre, Belarus) Natalia Koliada (Belarus Free Theatre, Belarus) Literary Criticism: how to avoid illusions about one’s own impartiality Hanna Ulura (literary critic, Ukraine)
Red hall
10:00
How to make profit out of special projects Mykola Balaban (The Village Ukraine, Ukraine) Do Ukrainian media need Facebook? Yevgenia Kuznietsova (KSE, Ukraine)
Yellow hall
10:00
Modern lifestyle journalism: influencing the minds Oleksandra Burynska (Cosmopolitan, Ukraine) A documentary film in a backpack Bohdan Kutiepov (Hromadske, Ukraine)
Green hall
10:00
10:00
Grant and educational opportunities for media outlets and journalists
Фіолетова зала
10:00
Panama Papers: studying offshore financial network Dmytro Ostapchuk (BRDO, Ukraine)
Orange hall
11:00
Coffee-break
11:45
11:45
YouTube monetisation and other fun stories about TV Nayalia Khomyak (Ukraine chanel, Ukraine) Think about the product. How to monetize an independent media project. Case of lviv.com Oleksandr Vasetskyy (Lviv.com, Ukraine) Andriy Fedynyshyn (Lviv.com, Ukraine) Searching for a journalist: questions of professional identification. Interactive moderated discussion with the involvement of the audience and invited speakers. Organised by OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine Roman Vybranovskyy (Ukrainian crisis media center, Ukraine) Serhii Karazii (Reuters, Ukraine) Nataliya Kurdiukova (NAKIPELO, Ukraine) Natalia Ligacheva (Detector Media, Ukraine)
Yellow hall
11:45
11:45
11:45
Not only for selfie. Workshop on mobile journalism Mark Robertson (BBC Academy, UK)
Фіолетова зала
11:45
14:00
Lunch
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