"We are now adding a new dimension to Türkiye's broadcasts in 41 languages and dialects," says TRT's General Manager Mehmet Zahid Sobaci, during a promotional event for TRT Balkan's digital news platform in North Macedonian capital Skopje.
Senior Intel Research Scientist Dr. Ilke Demir shares her thoughts about the future of metaverse, artificial intelligence development and media, in an interview with TRT World.
The new media platform targets seven countries in the Balkans, and will publish content in multiple languages, including Albanian, Bosnian and Macedonian.
With the tagline “Tomorrow’s broadcasting starting from today,” Türkiye’s public broadcaster unveiled its TRT Metaverse project that aims to usher in the future of news.
The two-day summit hosted by Türkiye's public broadcaster, TRT, centres around discussions on the future of public broadcasting, media accessibility to young people and the fight against disinformation.
TalentforBIZ, under the auspices of Turkiye’s Presidential Human Resources Office, provides an opportunity for major Turkish brands to meet young talents from different nations.
During the event, participants discussed several topics such as the environment, sustainable business models, non-fungible tokens, the metaverse, and the future of the media.
The French-language edition of TRT is an attempt to create an alternative in the wake of the global "hegemony of a few media companies," says Türkiye's Communications Director Fahrettin Altun.
The March 26-27 workshop will teach participants about the different perspectives in digital journalism and contribute to the development of their self-confidence and ability to express themselves.
Three-week project on intercultural strategic communications is being held to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Bosnia and Herzegovina's independence from former Yugoslavia in 1992 and its ties with Türkiye.
TRT World’s video series “I’ve Got a Story to Tell” and TRT World Digital video "Love Jihad" both won Gold and People's Lovie Awards.
In a diplomatic note sent to the two countries' embassies and the EU delegation, Ankara says they must seek its permission before conducting any work in Turkey's continental shelf.
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