Main Program | Bali’s Citizen Journalism

04 Nov 2020 13:00 - 14:00
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Citizen journalism in Bali has never been stronger. The community-based journalism portals Bale Bengong and Tatkala provide a platform for local writers to discuss a vast range of topics, including current affairs, politics, art, and culture. In this age of fake news, credible voices and expert opinions are vital. Meet some of the leaders of Bali’s thriving citizen journalism scene.

Jurnalisme warga di Bali tidak pernah sekuat ini. Komunitas berbasis portal jurnalisme, Bale Bengong dan Tatkala, menyediakan platform bagi penulis lokal untuk mendiskusikan berbagai topik, termasuk isu terkini, politik, seni, dan budaya. Di era berita palsu atau hoaks ini, pendapat yang kredibel dan dari para ahli sangatlah penting. Temui beberapa pemimpin portal jurnalisme warga yang berkembang pesat di Bali ini.

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Made Adnyana Ole

Made Adnyana Ole was born in Tabanan, Bali. Founder of Tatkala.co, he writes poetry, prose, cultural essays, and journalistic pieces. He received the Widya Pataka Award in 2007 and his …

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