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Program

Day 1: August 19 (Monday)

Time Program
09:00-10:00 개막식
Opening Ceremony
개회사
Opening Speech
축사
Congratulatory Speech
기조연설
Keynote Speech
축하공연
Musical Welcome
10:00-10:40 네트워킹 브레이크
Networking Break
10:40-12:00 세션 1
Session 1
갈등을 넘어 통합으로
Role of Media in Social Integration and Peace
12:00-13:30 오찬
LUNCH
13:30-14:20 In the Spotlight
한반도 평화와 미디어
Korean Unification and Media’s Role in Building Lasting Peace
14:20-15:30 세션 2
Session 2
한반도! 그리고 평화와 공존을 위한 한국어 방송
National, Transnational and International Radio at work for the peace and unification of Korea
15:30-16:00 휴식/KBS 이동
Break / Delegates Transfer to KBS
16:00-17:00 KBS 스터디 투어
KBS Study Tour
보이는 라디오 뉴스룸
KBS Visual Radio Studio, KBS Newsroom
17:00-18:00 KBS주최 “평화콘서트”
Media Forum "Peace Concert"
18:30~ 환영 만찬
Welcome Dinner

Opening Ceremony

August 19 (Monday), 09:00-10:00

Opening Ceremony
개회사
Opening Speech
Yang Sung-dongYang Sung-dong President & CEO, KBS (Korea)
Javad MottaghiJavad Mottaghi Secretary–General,ABU (Malaysia)
축사
Congratulatory Speeches
Noh Woong Rae Chairman, National Assembly's Science and Technology Broadcasting and Communications Commission (Korea)
기조연설
Keynote
Ban Ki-moonBan Ki-moon The 8th Secretary-General, UN (Korea)
축하 공연
Musical Welcome
Nam Sang ilNam Sang il Pansori Artist (Korea)

Session 1: Role of Media in Social Integration and Peace

August 19 (Monday), 10:40-12:00

The World is at cross-roads between conflicts and building new paths to peace. The role of media in helping to navigate uncertainties and overcome apprehension has never been more important. Can media actually play a role in bringing harmony and peaceful resolutions?
This session invites media executives from different areas of the world where experienced and/or experiencing conflicts to share information and discuss the role of public service media as bridge builder and effective contributor of social cohesion.

Session 1: Role of Media in Social Integration and Peace
갈등을 넘어 통합으로
Moderator Olya BooyarOlya Booyar Head of Radio, ABU (Malaysia)
Speakers Alexander FreundAlexander Freund Managing editor of Business and Environment Department, DW (Germany)
Helmy YahyaHelmy Yahya CEO, TVRI (Indonesia)
David HuaDavid Hua Head of International Strategy, ABC (Australia)
Jung Pil MoJung Pil Mo Executive Vice President, KBS (Korea)

In the Spotlight: Korean Unification and Media’s Role in Building Lasting Peace

August 19 (Monday), 13:30-14:20

Hannah Storm, CEO Ethical Journalism Network in conversation with Moon Chung-in, Special Advisor to President Moon Jae-in for Foreign Affairs and National Security, about Korean Unification and media’s role in building lasting peace.

In the Spotlight: Korean Unification and Media’s Role in Building Lasting Peace
한반도 평화와 미디어
Speakers Hannah StormHannah Storm CEO, Ethical Journalism Network (UK)
Moon Chung inMoon Chung-in Special Advisor to the ROK President for Foreign and National Security Affairs (Korea)

Session 2: National, Transnational and International Radio at work for the peace and unification of Korea

August 19 (Monday), 14:20-15:30

There are more than 10 broadcast outlets in South Korea targeting to North Korean audience as well as several international channels also offering Korean language services to them. Why do they service their programs to the audiences in North Korea? What messages do they delivering them? The session will bring together broadcast networks delivering services to North Korea to share their strategies and seek media’s role in bringing peace in the Korean peninsula.

Session 2: National, Transnational and International Radio at work
for the peace and unification of Korea
한반도! 그리고 평화와 공존을 위한 한국어 방송
Moderator Cho Han-BumCho Han-Bum Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for National Unification (Korea)
Speakers Ohh Soon HwaOhh Soon Hwa Executive Director, Global Korean Network Channel, KBS (Korea)
Oh JoongsokOh Joongsok Bureau Chief, Seoul Bureau, RFA (USA)
Hwang Su-MinHwang Su-Min News Editor, Korean Service, BBC (UK)
Lee Dong HyukLee Dong Hyuk Chief, Korean Service, VOA (USA)

Day 2: August 20 (Tuesday)

Time Program
09:00-09:20 미디어 쇼케이스
Media Showcase
발칸반도 국가간 미디어 협력사례 발표
ERNO Exchange (Q&A)
09:20-10:30 세션 3
Session 3
연대와 협력, 국경을 넘어
Bridge Over Troubled Water
‘Media as Bridge Builder and Contributor of Social Integration’
10:30-11:00 커피 브레이크
Coffee Break
11:00-11:50 미디어 쇼케이스
Media Showcase
“방송인이 알아야 할 5G에 대한 5가지”
“5 Things Broadcasters Need to Know about 5G”
“KBS 콘텐츠 혁신 전략”
Innovative KBS Digital Contents
11:50-12:00 포럼 폐회
Closing
폐회사
Closing Remark
12:00-13:30 오찬
LUNCH
13:00~ DMZ 투어
DMZ Tour

Media Showcase: ERNO Exchange (Q&A)

August 20 (Tuesday), 09:00-09:20

Zelika Leckic-Subasic heads Eurovision News Exchange for South-east Europe (ERNO). ERNO develops common-productions and exchanges among staff of the participating broadcasters with a view re-establishing personal relations and links among media professionals – including journalists, editors and cameramen – that were severed after the dissolution of former Yugoslavia and the Eastern-block.

Media Showcase: ERNO Exchange (Q&A)
발칸반도 국가간 미디어 협력사례 발표
Speaker Zeljka_Lekic-SubasicZeljka Lekic-Subasic Head, ERNO (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Session 3: Bridge Over Troubled Water ‘Media as Bridge and Contributor of Social Integration

August 20 (Tuesday), 09:20-10:30

NGO’s, international unions and associations not only work for collective interests of the members but also they play a key role in regional and international cooperation. Regional association of broadcasters and broadcasting unions have long worked for objective of building trust and understanding among people from different countries and regions, thus contributing to peace in the region and world.

 

This session invites heads of the major broadcasting unions of the world and policy makers and influencers to talk and share their experience and seek solidarity in using the media for a more peaceful world.

Session 3: Bridge Over Troubled Water
Media as Bridge Builder and Contributor of Social Integration
연대와 협력, 국경을 넘어
Moderator Javad_MottaghiJavad Mottaghi Secretary General, ABU (Malaysia)
Speakers Gregoire_NdjakaGregoire Ndjaka CEO, AUB (Senegal)
Claudio_CapponClaudio Cappon Secretary General, COPEAM (Italy)
#Sam-seogKo Sam-seog Standing Commissioner, Korea Communication Commission (Korea)
Bob_CollinsBob Collins President, Irish Association for Cultural, Economic and Social Relations (Ireland)

Media Showcase

August 20 (Tuesday), 09:00-09:20

“5 Things Broadcasters Need to Know about 5G” One of the main features of current terrestrial broadcasting is IP-based bidirectional service. From the viewpoint of data transmission, it can be said that it is an expandable service capable of connecting with a communication network while being a broadcast service that many people can simultaneously receive high-quality media. In this presentation, how the chances of 5G technology innovation and media consumption environment change terrestrial broadcast media service will be presented with 5 major features of 5G. For example, ultra-high-quality on-the-spot situations will enhance the quality of real-time broadcasts, and ultra-low latency will revolutionize the wireless live production environment. In addition, ultra connectivity will lead to endless expansion of high-quality media service terminals. In this way, the evolution of communication technology will have a great influence on the evolution of terrestrial broadcasting service, which is regenerated as a super connected service.

“Innovative Digital Projects by KBS: Korean Diaspora & Production supported by AI”

Kim Hyung Jun, Managing Director, Digital Media Department, KBS (Korea)

Media Showcase: KBS
Speakers Suh Young-WooSuh Young-Woo Deputy Director, KBS Media Technology Research Institute (Korea)
Hyungjun KimKim Hyung Jun Managing Director, Digital Media Department, KBS (Korea)

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