Skip to main content

French Series - Digital Information Platforms

Publié le April 30, 2018
Digital Information Platforms: What are the Consequences for the Traditional Press?
Join us and take the opportunity to discuss with the panelists: Shailesh Prakash from The Washington Post, David Chavern from News Media Alliance and American Press Institute and Katerina Eva Matsa from the Pew Research Center.

All you need to know...

WHAT: French Series - Digital Information Platforms

WHEN: Tuesday, May 15, 2018, – 6pm - 7:30pm

WHERE: La Maison Française – 4101 Reservoir Rd, NW - Washington, D.C. 20007

PRICE: Free

RESERVATION: Online registration required on Eventbrite.

ADD. INFOS: Valid ID required, no parking inside the embassy. No large bags, helmets and suitcase.

The French Embassy is pleased to invite you to our next French Series panel discussion event which will be moderated by:
Shailesh Prakash, Vice President of Digital Product Development and Chief Information Officer at The Washington Post.

With:
David Chavern, President and CEO at News Media Alliance and American Press Institute;
Katerina Eva Matsa, Associate Director at Pew Research Center;
Marisha Goldhamer, Senior Editor for web and social media at Agence France Presse.

How can traditional media adapt to the digital age while maintaining their editorial identity? How can the media benefit from the global audience offered by digital platforms? In the face of algorithms, what are the issues for the plurality of information? Here are some of the questions our panelists will try to answer.

Program of the evening

6:00pm - 6:45pm: Panel discussion
6:45pm - 7:30pm: Q&A session


SECURITY RULES
A reservation on Eventbrite is mandatory, attendees must have a Government issued photo ID in order to enter the Embassy.

NO ONE WILL BE ADMITTED WITHOUT RESERVATION AND PROPER ID
Name on reservation must match ID.

Due to strict security measures, please arrive on time. Please allow extra time for security screening.

Please note that parking is available on Reservoir Road and across the street, at Georgetown University Hospital’s pay lot.

      top of the page