Alice reach partnership agreement with Global Editors Network (GEN)

 Brussels, May 2019: Alice, the international broadcast division of the Lavinia Group, has become ‘video and media partner’ for the 2019 GEN Summit, the largest gathering in the world of media, which takes place from June 13 to 15 in Athens. Alice have reached an agreement with the Global Editors Network (GEN), the organiser of the annual event that brings together managers, chief editors and media innovators with more than 80 countries and 700 professionals participating.

Xavier Vidal-Folch, Board Member of GEN and Miquel Rutllant, CEO of Lavinia Group
  Xavier Vidal-Folch, Board Member of GEN and
  Miquel Rutllant, CEO of Lavinia Group
This year’s edition will be held in Greece, and Alice join forces with the GEN Summit to enhance the event through a series of audiovisual content focused on promoting social channels. The collaboration is also complemented with the possibility of offering consulting services, as well as Alice’s presence in the exhibition space of the GEN Summit.

“We are very pleased to partner with Alice. At GEN, we not only foster digital innovation for newsrooms, but also seek to incorporate it in our own work. It is important for us to have quality audiovisual coverage of the GEN Summit, and we are confident that Alice will deliver excellent content,”explained Bertrand Pecquerie, CEO of Global Editors Network.

Miquel Rutllant, general director of the Lavinia Group, emphasised the importance of this partnership for the international relevance of the GEN Summit. “We want to be part of this fundamental meeting for the world of communication, because journalism has been part of Alice and the Lavinia Group’s DNA throughout their 25-year history. Our biggest strength, in addition, is the specialisation in services, content and technology, for the audiovisual transformation of media and broadcasters in particular.”

GEN Summit 2019 focus

The challenges that will be addressed in this edition are the development of projects through voice assistants, the role of video in journalism and the relevance of verification in the face of the increasing prominence of misinformation in the current communication ecosystem.

The 2019 GEN Summit will host such important names in the world of communication as: Krishna Barat, founder of Google News; John Micklethwait, chief editor of Bloomberg; Katharine Viner, editor-in-chief of The Guardian; Amy Webb, founder of Future Today Institute; and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

GEN Summit 2019
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