The Minister of Communication, Mohamed Laqab, met on Sunday evening, at the headquarters of his ministerial department, with officials and directors of national written newspapers, whom he called on “the necessity of moving towards digital transformation,” according to a statement by the ministry.
The same source explained that the Minister of Communications, “after providing an accurate diagnosis of the situation of the print press in Algeria, called on those in charge of these media institutions to move towards the digital transformation of these newspapers and newspapers, stressing the strong competition that the electronic press is witnessing at the present time.”
Speaking about the difficulties and obstacles facing the print press today, Laqab reiterated his assertion that “the Algerian state has a sincere and serious intention to put the sector on the right track by completing the laws regulating the sector as well as installing the institutions regulating it, such as the authority to control the print press and an ethics council.” The profession will have an important role in organizing and developing the sector,” the statement adds.
This meeting also constituted – continues the same source – “an opportunity to talk about the actual aspects that would provide effective practical solutions to the problems of newspapers and advance the sector.”
For their part, “the officials and directors of national newspapers appreciated this meeting, appreciating the Minister’s initiative in listening to their concerns,” while “explaining the proposed solutions that would provide a qualitative addition to the sector, especially with regard to reactivating the Press and Journalists Support Fund, and searching for new sources of funding through… Regulating the advertising market.”
At the conclusion of the meeting, the Minister of Communications renewed his call to all officials of national newspapers and actors in the sector to “join everyone’s efforts to lay the foundations of a national and balanced press that serves the highest interests of the country.”
In the same context, he also urged directors of national newspapers to “broad participation of journalists in the ninth edition of the President’s Award for Professional Journalist, which this time dealt with three topics with the aim of enabling the largest number of journalists to participate in light of the diversity of topics proposed for this edition,” as stated in a Ministry statement. Connection.
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