What will the future of Malta’s partisan media look like?
Some of Malta’s leading media professionals will be discussing this very topic in the first Media Talks session, organised by the Department of Media and Communications, Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences, and University of Malta in collaboration with student associations MKSA and The Third Eye.
Inspired by Lovin Malta’s constitutional court case, a panel of speakers will discuss the value of this lawsuit, as well as what political stations have to offer in a modern media landscape.
The panel will be made up of a mix of professionals and experts in the field.
Lovin Malta founder Chris Peregin, PN General Secretary Francis Zammit Dimech, PL President Ramona Attard as well as a number of students will be tackling the topic, drawing the line between propaganda, independent journalism and the various shades in between.
You can check out the event by following this link.
And if you need a refresher about the dynamics of partisan media in Malta, check out our Kaxxaturi episode breaking it down.
Will you be following the discussion?