The 2024 Call for Speakers is now open!
Media Toptoo Industrial Forum, annually hosted by Internews in Kyrgyzstan, is the largest media event attracting around 500 local and foreign media professionals, industry leaders, and experts. The upcoming Forum will take place June 2024 in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
We are looking for dynamic and influential speakers who can contribute their expertise, experience, and innovative ideas to make this event a resounding success. Media Toptoo aims to create a diverse speaker lineup. Thus, we are particularly interested in hearing from speakers from Southeast Asia, East Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
If you are passionate about media, have a unique perspective to share, or possess in-depth knowledge in any of the following key areas, we invite you to submit your proposal to be a speaker at the Media Toptoo 2024:
- Journalism in the Age of AI
- Combatting Disinformation
- Effective Media Management
- Ensuring Media Sustainability
- Media Trends
- Physical and Cybersecurity
- Production of engaging and innovative media content
- Monetization of Content
We want to hear about projects and initiatives that show impactful results that will foster meaningful conversations, encourage collaboration, and inspire innovative approaches to the pressing challenges faced by the media industry. Contribute your knowledge to the media community and make an impact on media leadership.
Deadline for speaker proposals is December 15, 2023.
Questions? Contact Internews in Kyrgyzstan.
Please note that selection of speakers is a competitive process based on various factors, including expertise, relevance to the themes, and alignment with the event objectives. We appreciate all submissions but may not be able to provide the opportunity to present due to limited slots. The number of funded speakers is dependent on available funds. Thank you for your understanding.
This event will be possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents and opinions expressed during the event do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.”