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Minister Rudiantara Opens Tempo Media Week 2017
Minister of Communication and Information, Rudiantara discussed with President Director of PT. Tempo Inti Media, Toriq Hadad and Editor-in-chief of Koran Tempo, Budi Setyarso at Tempo Media Week at National Library building, Jakarta, Friday, November 24, 2017. Tempo/Rully Kesuma
Friday, 24 November, 2017 | 17:00 WIB
Minister Rudiantara Opens Tempo Media Week 2017

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta -  The 2017 Tempo Media Week has officially commenced today, November 24. The three-day event is held at Indonesia’s National Library located in central Jakarta. 

Communication and Information Minister Rudiantara was present to open the event called Hand in Hand for A Better Digital Society. In his speech, Rudiantara asserted that there has been a surge of information throughout various aspects of the community and that society is unable to choose which media that they can trust. 

Read: 4 Reasons Why Tempo Media Week 2017 Must be Held

“I appreciate what Tempo has done considering that this focuses on literacy,” said Rudiantara. He also hopes that the Tempo Media Week event will be able to assist the public in deciding which media are verified and credible.

The 2017 Tempo Media Week is an annual event routinely held by the Tempo Media Group. This year marks the third time the event has been held. The features a series of seminars that are open to the public that focuses on the current digitalized era.

ZUL’AINI FI’ID N. | RR ARIYANI



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