Today, in the Historic Park of Guayaquil, located in Samborondon in the citadel Entre Rios, with a lecture from the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, began the first Summit for a responsible journalism in changing times (Cupre), which has the support of the regime.
The event started with Correa’s approach about ‘Information as law and media as power’; the 14: 00 talk will be addressed by the Argentine Florencia Saintout, PhD in social sciences and current Dean of the journalism faculty of the National University of La Plata, who will speak about ‘journalism and emergency’ new technologies of the information.
Later, at 17:25 is expected the intervention of the Spanish doctor in communication, specializing in public policy and technology, Francisco Sierra, with the theme: ‘the media, journalists and the construction of democracy’.
In addition, training workshops will be held for students in radio, television, printed and electronic media that will be led by national panelists.
The interventions of Mexican Fernando Buen Abad, and Venezuelan Andres Izarra, former Minister of communication of his country are planned for tomorrow.
Panelists for the round tables are Ecuadorians Carol Murillo, Jose Villamarín and Núria León, as well as Deborah James and Kein Bahtt Americans, and the Argentine Pedro Brieguer.