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29 Mar 2017

Minsk to host Mass Media in Belarus expo on 3-6 May

International expo Mass Media in Belarus

MINSK, 29 March (BelTA) – This year’s edition of the international expo Mass Media in Belarus will take place from 3 to 6 May, BelTA learned from the Belarusian Information Ministry.

As always, the expo will bring together a wide range of media outlets of Belarus, the Belarus-Russia Union State, the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and non-CIS countries. It will feature roundtable discussions, seminars and workshops with the participation of the leading journalists and media experts from different countries. The current state and development of the information space will be in the spotlight of the expo.

The Mass Media in Belarus event will present the history of mass media in Belarus with the help of the country’s oldest periodical publications and display cutting-edge communication technologies. It will also showcase ways of distributing diverse and relevant high-quality information through all communication channels, first of all, by multimedia companies.

Winners of the national print media competition Zolotaya Litera (golden letter) will be honored as part of the expo.

Mass Media in Belarus

The international expo Mass Media in Belarus is organized by the Belarusian Information Ministry and the National Exhibition Center Belexpo with the support of Minsk City Hall, the National TV and Radio Company, the Union of Publishers and Distributors of Printed Products, the House of Press, and the Belarusian Union of Journalists.

The 21st international expo Mass Media in Belarus will be held in Minsk at 14 Pobeditelei Avenue.

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