Webinar
Fri, 10th Jul 2020 19:30
Thu, 09th Jul 2020 21:00

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All Ages

Webinar

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Malta

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In this webinar, participants will have the opportunity to hear the views of two experts with regards to a reform of the Broadcasting Authority, in light of the contemporary media context.

All those who wish to participate are asked to send an email to repubblika.events@gmail.com by Tuesday, 7 July. Since the meeting can hold up to a hundred people, participation will be made on a basis first-come, first-served basis. Those participating will receive an email with a link on the day of the webinar on which they can click shortly before the discussion starts.

We would like to inform you that the program will be recorded and available online. Members' speeches will be in Maltese while questions or comments from the public may be in both Maltese and English.

Prof. Clare E Vassallo

Prof. Clare E Vassallo
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Prof. Clare E. Vassallo graduated from the University of Malta with B.A. (Gen.) Philosophy and English Literature with Linguistics, and B.A. (Hons.) English with Linguistics. She pursued her interest at the interface of these areas at the Istituto di Comunicazione, University of Bologna, Italy where she obtained her PhD in Semiotics under the tutorship of Prof. Umberto Eco. The emphasis of her research was in the field of Semiotics as literary and cultural theory and as a theory of knowledge.

Prof. Kevin Aquilina

Prof. Kevin Aquilina
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Kevin Aquilina is Professor of Law at the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta and Head of the Department of Media, Communications and Technology Law. He holds a doctorate of philosophy in law (Ph.D.) from the London School of Economics and Political Science of the University of London, a doctorate in law from the University of Malta (LL.D.) and a Masters in International Maritime Law from the International Maritime Organization's International Maritime Law Institute.

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10-07-2020 19:30 09-07-2020 21:00 Europe/Rome Webinars: Have Your Say 3 – Towards A Broadcasting Authority Reform

In this webinar, participants will have the opportunity to hear the views of two experts with regards to a reform of the Broadcasting Authority, in light of the contemporary media context.

All those who wish to participate are asked to send an email to repubblika.events@gmail.com by Tuesday, 7 July. Since the meeting can hold up to a hundred people, participation will be made on a basis first-come, first-served basis. Those participating will receive an email with a link on the day of the webinar on which they can click shortly before the discussion starts.

We would like to inform you that the program will be recorded and available online. Members' speeches will be in Maltese while questions or comments from the public may be in both Maltese and English.

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