Dhaka, Dec 26 (UNB)- The leading digital service provider, Robi, and the country’s popular alternative digital media, Roar Bangla, jointly organised an informal gathering of young writers- “Robi-Roar Bangla LekhokAdda” recently at the Robi corporate office.
The event was intended to inspire the young writers who contributed to Roar Bangla on a regular basis.
Gazi TV and online media, Sarabangla’s Editor-in-Chief, Syed Ishtiaq Reza, Grey Bangladesh’s Creative Director, Russel Mahmud, Robi’s Vice President, Media, Communication and Sustainability, Ekram Kabir, Roar Bangla’s CEO, Munimul Islam and Roar Bangla’s Editor-in-Chief, Abdullah Al Mahmud were present at the get-together as special guests.
Sharing his thoughts on the digitization of content, Gazi TV and online media, Sarabangla’s Editor-in-Chief, Syed Ishtiaq Reza said “Digital content is changing the way we write these days. People prefer to read write-ups that are conversational in nature. However, it is very important to use credible sources when developing research based knowledge contents.”
Grey Bangladesh’s Creative Director, Russel Mahmud in his speech recognised the growing need of quality writers as they are becoming increasingly rare these days.
He assured the young writers that they can make a decent living out of creative writing in this day and age.
The topic of the discussion was “digitization of content”. An in-depth discussion was held on how the content will evolve with the rapid growth of digital lifestyle in our society in future. It was recognised at the adda that Robi’s country-wide strong network is a key enabler for taking the knowledge-based contents of Roar Bangla to all over the country.
In this context, Roar Bangla’s CEO, Munimul Islam expressed the organisation’s desire to continue encouraging the young writers to ignite the power within them with a view to help in the digital transformation of the society.
Robi’s Vice President of Media, Communication and Sustainability, Ekram Kabir opined that the telecom operators are going to be the key catalysts in the upcoming digital revolution. He also highlighted the impact already felt in the way communicate and interact with each other because of the ongoing digitalization of the country.