The Moroccan American Network invites you to attend International Media Forum on June 20 1:00 PM - 9:00 PM, USA Today Gannett Headquarters. 7950 Jones Branch Drive McLean, VA
WASHINGTON, June 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- This international event offers Moroccan and American journalists the opportunity to learn from one another and to discuss the ways the digital revolution is reshaping journalism throughout the world and the progress Morocco has made towards freedom for all media.
- Opportunities and Challenges of the Digital Revolution for Journalism
- Empowerment of Women in the Media
- How to harness Digital Media to benefit all.
- This forum will also introduce American journalists to Art and Moroccan Culture through crafts, visual arts and music shows, hosted by Mohamed Reda and Hassan Hakmoune. Additionally, as well as discuss the region of Souss Massa Draa and how to develop it as a tourist destination and investment territory.
The Forum will feature there is a book signing, by Fawzia Talout Meknassi and an awards ceremony session for several Moroccan and American journalists.
To register, visit: www.eventbrite.com/e/international-media-forum-tickets-929954519
About The Moroccan American Network
The Moroccan American Network is a non-profit organization whose principal mission is to inform opinion makers, government officials, and interested publics in the United States about political and social developments in Morocco and the role being played by Moroccan American Business community in broader strategic developments in North Africa. Our objective is to assist in efforts to obtain American support to construct a stable, progressive, democratic, and economically dynamic region in North Africa.
For Mohamed Hajjam, the President of the Moroccan American Network, the event's main objective is to ignite and inspire Moroccan-American strategic alliances by bringing journalists – from all media together.
This forum is the second most important activity of the Moroccan American Network after the CEO Summit—an annual reunion of businessmen from both sides of the Atlantic. Soon the Network will initiate a third meeting devoted to the sociocultural component.
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SOURCE The Moroccan American Network