site.btaNational Endowment Fund to Present Its Award on Saturday

National Endowment Fund to Present Its Award on Saturday
National Endowment Fund to Present Its Award on Saturday
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The National Endowment Fund  13 Centuries Bulgaria” award will be presented, on Saturday, on the second day of the 18th  World Meeting of Bulgarian Media in Kazanlak, Central Bulgaria, organized by BTA and the Association of Bulgarian Media Around the World.

Launched in 2013, it recognizes the efforts of Bulgarian journalists working abroad to preserve and popularize the Bulgarian culture and spirit.

Also on Saturday within the framework of the World Meeting of Bulgarian Media there will be discussions in twopanels: "Freedom of choice for the audience" and "Holidays and the media".

The participants in the second panel will be Alexander Detev, editor at Deutsche Welle and producer of the Bulgarian programme on radio "Orange 94.0" (Austria); Veselina Valkanova , dean of the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Media Communication at Sofia University; Teodora Peeva, journalist, deputy Editor-in-Chief of Sega newspaper and Union of Publishers in Bulgaria Chair; Filli Ladgman, host of the Bulgarian programme on SBS radio in Australia; and Hristo Grozev, investigative journalist at Bellingcat.

The third panel will include Asya Ivanova, journalist from My Bulgaria internet radio in Argentina; Veneta Nenkova from Radio Vatican; Gabriela Hadzhikostova, Editor-in-Chief of the Hemus Bulgarian-Hungarian magazine for culture and public life; Daniel Koev from the Bulgarian podcast in the US, Razdumka po nashenski; Prof. Ivan Zhelev, author of the Orthodox Calendar column at BTA; Lyudmil Kardjilov, director of News and Current Affairs at Darik radio, Union of Bulgarian Journalists Chair Snezhana Todorova; and LIK magazine Editor-in-Chief Yanitsa Hristova.

The World Meetings of Bulgarian Media, organized by BTA, is a professional forum whose purpose is communication, building a network and establishing cooperative relationships between Bulgarian journalists from all over the world. In addition to being an event for the guild, the media meeting is also a national cause, as it provides an opportunity for the media to communicate with Bulgarians outside Bulgaria as mediators between communities abroad and representatives of state institutions in Bulgaria.

BTA organizes the 18th World Meeting of the Bulgarian Media in Kazanlak from June 1 to June 4, 2023, with the assistance of the Municipality of Kazanlak, the 13 Centuries Bulgaria National Endowment Fund, Aurubis Bulgaria, Doverie Pension Assurance Company, Post Bank, A1 and Nestle Bulgaria AD.




By 17:32 on 29.09.2023 Today`s news

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