The forum of European and Asian media (FEAM), organized by MIA " Russia today ", will take place on 10 November in the capital of Russia. Topic FEAM-2015 will be a " Sustainable partnership in an uncertain world ". The forum will be attended by chief editors and top managers of the most authoritative and popular media, heads of major broadcasting companies and Internet portals, media business professionals and well-known correspondents out of 14 post-Soviet countries (Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Estonia).
The main agenda FEAM-2015 - collaboration media of the countries of the former USSR in conditions of different political and economic processes. The forum will focus on dialogue and media authority, formulating a communications strategy during the Eurasian integration. The acuteness of the discussions will give the modern information war and their consequences, as well as attempt to detect the mechanisms to counter threats propagated through communication channels.
The eighth Forum of European and Asian media opens with a plenary session with the participation of leading Russian media managers and known journalists. During the forum 3 thematic discussion: "the Eurasian information space: challenges and risks ", " the media industry: to keep the audience and their own image ", " Sustainable partnership in an uncertain world ".
Media accreditation for the event is open international multimedia press center MIA " Russia today ".
The forum of European and Asian media (FEAM) is a unique platform that has no analogues in the post-Soviet space, which gathers the leading mediaspree from CIS countries, Baltic States and Georgia for discussion of trends and prediction of development processes of the media industry. The forum has been held since 2006. The first four years the forums were held in the Russian capital, then FEAM took Kiev, Astana, Minsk. In 2011 to present FEAM, held in Astana, with the welcome message was addressed by the presidents of Russia and Kazakhstan Dmitry Medvedev and Nursultan Nazarbayev, noting the interest in the development of positive processes in post-Soviet information space. In 2012 in Minsk with journalists-participants of the Club of editors of CIS countries during the FEAM met the head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko. FEAM - 2015 will continue the tradition of the forums of previous years, providing a platform for open dialogue and exchange of experience.