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Vietnam News Agency launches Innovation in Media World Report in Vietnamese

The Vietnam News Agency (VNA) has made the Innovation in Media 2018-2019 World Report available in Vietnamese.

The 9th edition of Innovation in Magazine Media World Report is produced by FIPP in partnership with Innovation Media Consulting Group. 

The Innovation Report covers a wide range of issues from new opportunities in content distribution to monetisation, from top media technologies to new storytelling digital narrative platforms or approaches to find out the best and most appropriate business models. 

Innovation in Magaizne Media 2018-2019 World Report Vietnam (FIPP / Innovation Media Consulting)

The book serves as a useful handbook for media outlets' managers, reporters, editors as well as corporate communications practitioners in a fast changing world, according to VNA. 

The Vietnam News Agency, with a network of 63 local bureaux in Vietnam and 30 overseas, works in collaboration with various international media organisations to publish high quality journalism, research and trends. 

For more information about the Vietnamese edition, Chinese edition (published by the China Periodicals Association) or translation rights for the Innovation World Report, please contact Helen Bland at FIPP. 

The new edition of the Innovation in Media 2019-2020 World Report will be launched at the Digital Innovators' Summit on 25 March 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Pre-orders at 15% discount before 22 March can be made here.

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