MAP’s “DIB News” Platform: Qualitative Media, Cultural Participation in “Visa for Music” Festival

Since the launch of the activities of the “Visa for Music” festival, last November 16, the stand of the platform “DIB News” has been present alongside more than 30 partners in various fields.

 

In this regard, the “DIB News” editor, Zakaria Bouzandar, said in a statement to MAP that the stand of the platform plays, alongside the stands of other partners, a major media role in the production of video capsules on participating artists and reports broadcast on the platform’s websites, adding that the stand is an exhibition area of MAP’s various media and publications, such as the monthly intelligent magazine “BAB” and the quarterly magazine dedicated to the diversity of Maghreb cultures “Maghreb 1”.

 

Bouzandar explained that this stand-studio has allowed “DIB News” during the past days to get closer to young people and different participants in this festival, through a continuous interaction with the rest of the stands.

 

He stressed that this stand was specially designed to receive participants, exchange with them and inform them of the platform’s visions and programs, noting that some issues of the monthly magazine “BAB” have aroused the curiosity of participants of different nationalities to the point that the stand of the Agency has become a space for debate

 

Organized over a period of 3 days (on November 17-19) as part of the ninth edition of the “Visa for Music Festival”, the Expostand was an opportunity for meetings between professionals in the cultural and music sector.

 

On February 1, 2021, the Moroccan News Agency launched the “dibnews.ma” platform with the ambition of becoming a reference media for young people aged between 15 and 35.

 

Aimed mainly at an urban population looking for platforms to reveal their creativity and talent, “DIB News” aims to highlight successful social and human experiences, encourage content creators and back movements of ideas, modern streams while prioritizing contemporary art, namely plastic arts, music, literature, photography, theater, cinema.

 

Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse