VNA Vice Director General Le Quoc Minh speaks at the meeting (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The 44th Executive Board Meeting of the Organisation of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA), hosted by the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) in Hanoi from April 18-20, has highlighted the important role played by professional journalism in the context of the emergence of social media and challenges posed by it. With the theme “For a professional and innovative journalism”, the event has focused discussion on how to effectively deal with fake news and how to regain public trust with this context in mind. Due to the fast development of social media, the role of journalists is changing. They are no longer the sole source of breaking news and their responsibility has extended to the verification of information being shared amongst the public. They are depended on to validate and analyse information, as well as help the public find what they need to know. According to VNA … [Read more...] about OANA 44: How to deal with fake news in modern journalism?
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From June 17-18, 1989, the Vietnam News Agency organised the 10th OANA Executive Board Meeting, the 10th Technical Group Meeting and the sixth Editorial Workshop. VNA/VNS File Photo HÀ NỘI — Members of the Organisation of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) agreed that it’s time to use every advantage to develop mechanisms in the fight against fake news, and all media outlets should not compromise truth, accuracy and accountability for speed. Given the context that fake news is spreading and harming nations, the Bahrain News Agency (BNA) affirmed that it does not compromise in its quest for honest reporting of the events in the country and around the world. First Deputy Director General of Russia’s TASS news agency Mikhail Gusman said that the first step would be forming close ties among news agencies, possibly in a traditional alliance like the OANA, he suggested, stressing on the need to give a clear definition of “fake … [Read more...] about OANA members commit to fight fake news with modern technology
Illustrative image (Source:The Inquisitr) Hanoi (VNA) – In the context that websites and social media are flooded with unverified information, members of the Organisation of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) shared experience in regaining trust in mainstream news on the occasion of the 44th OANA Executive Board Meeting hosted by the Vietnam News Agency in Hanoi from April 18-20. To verify information circulating on the Internet and make it useful for its news coverage, Kyodo News of Japan created the “D-Watch team” in 2012, which is in charge of monitoring various websites and social media, like Facebook and Twitter, every day from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. and regularly reports to its News Department’s nerve centre, called the News Centre, about newsworthy information. If the News Centre judges that it is better to cover something, based on information from the D-Watch team, the centre will instruct news sections to send reporters to the spot where the news is … [Read more...] about OANA news agencies share experience to regain trust in mainstream news
Trump, Kim begin second working dayInternational journalists praise host’s effortsHà Nội citizens look forward to peaceTrump tells Kim they have made progressUS President Trump meets with DPRK Chairman Kim 1.38 PM Reuters says no agreement has been reached 1.31 PM Jounalists are all waiting at the Marriot Hotel ahead of the press conference with President Trump. 1.30 PM Chairman Kim has arrived at Melia Hotel. Video is to follow. 1.27 PM The motorcade of Chairman Kim has left the Metropole Hotel. So did Trump. Both ahead of schedule. 1.23 PM President Trump is reportedly set to fly out on Air Force 1 after his press conference at Hanoi Marriot Hotel. 1.20 PM South Korean market seems to fall amid reports on potential collapse of Trump-Kim talks 1.17 PM It seems that President Trump is about to leave the Metropole hotel soon. Here is the latest tweet from David Nakamura, White House reporter … [Read more...] about BREAKING NEWS: NO AGREEMENT REACHED
VietNamNet Bridge - The massive import of cheap cars did not occur in 2018 as predicted, but sales in 2018 were still satisfactory, especially domestically sold cars. A VinFast's model According to the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA), its member companies sold 288,683 cars in 2018, an increase of 5.8 percent over 2017. The massive import of cheap cars did not occur in 2018 as predicted, but sales in 2018 were still satisfactory, especially domestically sold cars. Due to the modest imports, nine out of 10 bestsellers were assembled in Vietnam. RELATED NEWS Car price war to break out from January 1, 2018 The highlights of the automobile market in 2018 Mai Thanh … [Read more...] about Cars remain expensive, but still sold well in Vietnam in 2018