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Need to adapt to digital press stressed

Deputy President of Bahrain Journalists Association (BJA), Rashid Nabeel Al Hamer, has stressed that the traditional press institutions face serious crises due to the increasing presence of social media and smartphone applications. 

In a statement to the Middle East News Agency on the sidelines of his participation in the 30th Congress of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) held in Tunis, Al Hammer said the press institutions have become aware of the significance of the challenges that threaten their existence and therefore they have adopted a series of actions to adapt to the new world.

He said the traditional press institutions must continue even with the emergence of social media and modern technologies as they are capable of creating comprehensive media content. 

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