Digital transformation key to media survival Sci-Tech

Digital transformation key to media survival

While news agencies are facing decreasing revenues from readership, advertisement and the State budget, digital transformation is required to help media survive, develop and catch up with the developments of the region and the world, said Hoang Vinh Bao, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications.
Asia-Pacific news agencies share experience to combat fake news World

Asia-Pacific news agencies share experience to combat fake news

Members of the Organisation of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) expressed concern over the spread of fake news and its negative impact on society, sharing measures to help news outlets and the public to conduct fact-checking on the occasion of the 44th OANA Executive Board Meeting hosted by the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) in Hanoi from April 18-20.
NA Chairwoman visits National Archives Centre Politics

NA Chairwoman visits National Archives Centre

Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan on July 25 visited the National Archives Centre No.3 in Hanoi where about 72,000 old personal documents and items of those who served in the southern battlefield from 1959-1975 are being kept.
Seminar spotlights communications on social networks Society

Seminar spotlights communications on social networks

Communications on social networks was the topic of discussion during a seminar held at the headquarters of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) in Hanoi on June 13, gathering young employees of central agencies, including many journalists.
World news agencies discuss future of journalism World

World news agencies discuss future of journalism

Deputy Director General of the Vietnam News Agency Le Quoc Minh attended an international summit of news agencies themed “Future of Journalism in Times of New Challenges” in St. Petersburg on May 24.