Join us on the 22-23rd of September in Budapest, Hungary, at the Display.Voices conference to kick-start a ground-breaking media platform anchored in public values – built by independent, not-for-profit media organizations.

The two-day program features reflections on the current media ecosystem by independent creators, hands-on workshops on cross-border collaborations and community building, and an introduction to the Display Europe network with the opportunity to shape the direction as we move forward. The event is organized by Community Media Forum Europe (CMFE) and Hostwriter and will be hosted at the Múosz – National Association of Hungarian Journalists.

Newsrooms and independent media from all over Europe are invited to join, and participating organizations will have the opportunity to become the first nodes in the network of Displ.eu. The platform will provide citizens across the continent with access to both trustworthy information and a picture of Europe that is not usually conveyed by mainstream or national media organizations. Through translation, syndication and original content, we will gather and disseminate trustworthy community-driven media.

The conference is free to attend for individuals representing media organizations, but requires registration. A limited number of travel grants to support the trip and accommodation is available for small and mid-sized organizations. Apply before the 27th of August to receive a stipend via the attendance form.

For questions, please reach out to Dejan Tomka at voices@displ.eu 

The Display.Voices is part of the larger project Display Europe which is managed by the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.  The project is run by a consortium of Cultural Broadcasting Archive (CBA), Farikom, Eurozine, Voxeurop, Hostwriter, Krytyka Polityczna, El Dario, Good Conversations, Public Spaces, Community Media Forum Europe (CMFE), Human, VPRO, Sound & Vision, YEPP Italia, Fanzingo and Schuman Show.

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