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4 Reasons Why Tempo Media Week 2017 Must be Held
Tempo Media Week 2017. TEMPO/Fardi Bestari
Thursday, 23 November, 2017 | 07:34 WIB
4 Reasons Why Tempo Media Week 2017 Must be Held

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Tempo Media Group will hold the Tempo Media Week 2017 at the National Library of Indonesia for three consecutive days from November 24 – November 26. The main theme of the event is ‘Hand in Hand for A Better Digital Society’.

The event’s chief executive Mardiyah Chamim explained that there are four reasons that propelled the event to take place. “The first reason is that we would like to invite every element of society to always confirm the information that they receive in the digital revolution era to avoid falling victim to fake news or hoaxes,” said Mardiyah during the event’s press conference on Wednesday, November 22.

The second is that Tempo wants to accentuate the public to always see the positive side of a news coverage. Society and the media work in unison in verifying information, which in itself is a fight against hoax news.

Thirdly, this event can hopefully positively maximize the digital revolution and reduce negative side effects. Meanwhile, the fourth reason according to Mardiyah is to offer society a way to realize a much better digital society.

“Tempo Media Week 2017 is a calling for us all to work together in realizing a better digital society. We believe that there are still positive energies among us all, even though we are being surrounded by relentless hoaxes and fake news,” said Mardiyah.

Tempo Media Week 2017 will feature numerous discussion panels, workshop classes, seminars, and a photo exhibition.

To know more about the event, please visit https://tmw.tempo.co/.

 

ZUL`AINI FI`ID N.

 



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