Has the Orange Revolution liberalised the Ukrainian media, and if so, have journalists done enough with greater freedom?

Talk Wednesday 20th June, 2007

The Frontline Club’s inaugural Kyiv event examines whether the Orange Revolution liberalised the Ukrainian media.

The discussion will be moderated by Olexiy Solohubenko – Executive Editor, Europe and American Region at the 
BBC World Service. On his panel are:

Serhiy Kichihin – editor-in-chief of Newspaper 2000I (TBC)
Natalia Kondratuik – Kyiv Buereau Chief of TRK Ukraine TV
Natalia Ligacheva – editor-in-chief of Telekritika magazine
Yulia Mostova – deputy editor-in-chief of Dzerkalo Tyzhnya newspaper (TBC)
Yehor Sobolev – broadcaster, 5 Kanal

The event will take place at the Goethe Institut Conference Hall (vul. Voloska 12/4, Podil, Kyiv 04070)

The event will be held in Ukrainian with English translation.

N.B.The Goethe Institut requires you to sign in the visitors’ book on arrival.
The list of participants is correct at the time of going to press, but may be subject to change.