Miami, (July 13, 2021) - The sustainability of the media in the face of the pandemic, the negotiations in Europe for the use of content on the platforms and espionage against journalists are some of the main topics on the program of the IAPA General Assembly to be held from October 28 to 31 in Madrid, Spain.
The IAPA continues to examine the conditions for Covid 19 and travel restrictions on a daily basis in order to hold the meeting in person, taking place at the Hotel Meliá Castilla in Madrid. Special presentations include Arthur Sulzberger Jr., former president of The New York Times Company, Gabriela Cañas, president of EFE, and Fabrice Fries, CEO of Agence France Press (AFP).
In Madrid, the IAPA will also celebrate in advance the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, which is celebrated on November 2 under the patronage of UNESCO.
One of the topics of interest to the media industry will be the latest trends in audience metrics for media and digital content.
The IAPA has held three meetings in Spain. In 1992 and 2008 it held its October assembly in Madrid and in March 2012 it met in Cádiz.
These are the links for assembly registration, hotel reservation and health protocols.