GUANGZHOU, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- As new media booms today, it helps media think tanks offer better services to enterprises when going global and better communication with the world, said Zou Ming, vice president of Phoenix New Media and editor-in-chief of ifeng.com.
Zou made the remarks at an high-end panel discussion on How to Strengthen the Guiding Power of Media Think Tanks inInformation Era held during “The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road” Forum on International Communication and Chinese (Guangdong) Companies Going Global on Nov. 29.
Phoenix New Media established its own international think tank in 2015, which is positioned as a provider of intelligent services for enterprises going global. The think tank has organized several seminars gathering major domestic security enterprises and private enterprises to discuss difficultires they have encountered in overseas markets, and published the International Security Report to disclose relevant information. It also offers legal consultancy services related to businesses along the Belt and Road, according to Zou.
With respect to the future of media think tanks, Zou said that everyone could be we-media, and even could be a small and beautiful think tank if influencial enough. In the course of China’s publicity to foreign countries, we can make full use of the platforms of new media and we-media, and better serve the Belt and Road Initiative. (Contributed by Luo Jingjing)