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Following the call for applications and the shortlisting of ten editorial projects in October 2018, on 16 November, five digital media outlets from Algeria, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia producing journalistic content in French were selected as part of the first International Journalism Conference in Tunis.
ACTION ou VERITÉ
an editorial project publishing in French, which aims to engage in dialogue
with people aged 15 to 35 on matters of public health and issues relating to
society, which are still taboo in Lebanon. It is carried by media outlet
a weekly satirical newspaper, published in Arabic and French, offering its
readers a different view of the current social, cultural, media and sporting
landscape using humour. It is carried by media outlet Medias's 33
PRÉS DE VOUS
journalistic content in video format, published in Arabic with French
subtitles, focussing on success stories identified across the Algerian
territory. It is carried by media outlet Huff Post Algérie
Huff Post Algérie (Algeria).
an editorial project aimed at 12 to 35-year-old French and Arabic speakers. It
is provided exclusively in video format (with Arabic subtitles) to meet the
expectations and consumption habits of its target audience. It is carried by
media outlet Huff Post Tunisie
Huff Post Tunisie (Tunisia).
a news website for 14-18 year-olds, in Arabic and French, giving pointers on
how to follow, understand and analyse current events, and thus play a part in
combating the spread of misinformation and hate speech. It is carried by media
outlet Planet News Business (Lebanon).
All the projects presented aim to develop and structure francophone digital editorial offerings and to enhance the strategic, editorial, technical, marketing and economics skills of the teams.
The MédiaLab francophone opening seminar will be held in February 2019 and will contribute towards shaping an individualised guidance programme for each of the media outlets.