Arty Farty Brussels

‘Connecting, exchanging, becoming stronger: the role of networks for independent media’

13 Oct.'22
- 16:15

In a context of the strong concentration of national media landscapes, the need to establish links between independent media in Europe is more important than ever. This need can also be seen at the local level, where such connections are being established, for example Media.21 in Belgium. Other synergies between media can be seen at the European level, such as the Independent Community Radio Network union of web radios that brings together several organisations that share the same vision, and work through this new project to create shared dynamics of programming and exchanges, from Vilnius, Riga, Helsinki and Tallinn. In the East of the continent, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has accentuated the need for solidarity between media, as Gunta Sloga from the Baltic Centre for Media Excellence, based in Riga, will testify at this meeting.



  • Samantha Lippett & Linas Cekanavicius (Independent Community Radio Network)
  • Karl Van den Broeck (Media.21, BE)
  • Gunta Sloga (Baltic Centre for Media Excellence, LV)

Moderator: Anastasia Vaitsopoulou (Popaganda, GR)

Electronic Music


12 → 16

Nuits Sonores & European Lab Brussels

Practical information


Terarken 1

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS


  • English

All activities on 13 October are part of the European Media Lab, a day dedicated to independent media. 
We recommend that you register for a workshop in the morning and stay for the talks in the afternoon.



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