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‘Nostalgia for the future’, career award to Giulio Anselmi

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(ANSA) – ROME, 03 DEC – NewsMedia4Good, a project that looks to the future of publishing supported by AI and Metaverso, was at the center of the 13th edition of Nostalgia di Futuro, the annual event organized in Rome, in the headquarters of Fieg, from the TuttiMedia Observatory, a European network that brings together media and companies attentive to the digital transition. The Observatory awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award to Giulio Anselmi, president of ANSA and former president of Fieg, who insisted on “quality” as an element that binds all information platforms. “Nostalgia for the Future as the title of this event – he said – well represents a continuous thread within our information, of the historical, of the contemporary, of the future. Which must be serious, credible, reliable.

Only in this way will he be able to survive “.

About NewsMedia4Good, after the introduction by Franco Siddi (TuttiMedia president), Derrick de Kerckhove (TuttiMedia scientific advisor and Polimi teacher) spoke; Paolo Liguori (Mediaset); Paolo Benanti (theologian and lecturer at the Pontifical Gregorian University of Rome); Carlo Branzaglia (scientific coordinator of the IED Milan Postgraduate School) and Costanza Sciubba Caniglia (Harvard University).

The President of the European Parliament David Sassoli shared the usefulness of NM4G in a message: “If our goal is a secure digital world that is an instrument of autonomy for all, the implementation of the UN roadmap for digital cooperation it will help to reach it to create and promote useful information to connect citizens, to help them communicate in different ways, in step with the times, but which allow everyone to feel an integral part of the community “. The Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Education, Culture and Youth, Mariya Gabriel, awarded by Otm with “Woman is Innovation 2021”, dedicated in a message the recognition “to all women working tirelessly in first line in the response to the pandemic emergency “.

Fabrizio Carotti (general director of Fieg), said that the Italian Federation of Newspaper Publishers supports the project because there is a need for a change of pace in publishing. (HANDLE).

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