two-day meetings and debates in Venice with Sky Tg24

VENICE – Two days of meetings, debates, panels, interviews with Italian and international guests from a world of politics, economics, culture, industry, science, entertainment. Return to Venice, following the events in Courmayeur, Florence and Bari, Sky TG24 – LIVE IN, the format of the news channel that brings information to Italian squares and cities to create discussion and debate about the territory. The event, organized in collaboration with the Municipality of Venice, makes a stop in the lagoon city Friday 3. and Saturday, June 4th for two days filled with events in the heart of the city, and will be broadcast live on all Sky TG24 TV and digital channels. The theme at the center of the new edition is “The story of the present – Relations”, it is the system of relationships that defines our society and forms the basis of all the events that mark the agenda in all the major countries, from war to policy from economics to sustainability to culture. The aim of the channel directed by Giuseppe De Bellis is to explain and imagine possible solutions to all the great challenges that, as never before, have confronted all of humanity with the urgency of finding common paths.

What is Live In

«Live In has now become an integral part of Sky TG24’s editorial proposal – explains the director Giuseppe De Bellis -. An agreement to meet our public and bring our information about the territory: For today, more than ever, the local magnifying glass is to read the global. We stop in Venice, which is just named the World Capital of Sustainability, one of the most famous Italian cities in the world, where history and art meet, a symbolic place for how nature and man live together in a unique and extraordinary relationship. And it will be one of the relationships that we will explore and deepen during Live In, together with the international, political, artistic, industrial and institutional ».

The many guests

Among the many names that will be present, the first are announced: Vincenzo Amendola, Undersecretary of State for the Presidency of the Council responsible for European Affairs; Manager Roberto went; Elena BonettiMinister for Equal Opportunities and Family; Luigi Brugnaromayor of Venice; Renato BrunettaMinister of Public Administration; Carlo Calendaaction secretary; Valerio Catoia, Paralympic athlete and testimony of the national campaign against cyberbullying; the High Commissioner Marco Valerio Cervellini, responsible for the State Police’s external relations, communications and training campaigns; the intellectual and linguist Noam Chomsky; Francesco Marcello Falcierioceanographer Ismar; Oscar Farinetti, entrepreneur and founder of Eataly and Green Pea; General Claudio Graziano, President of the Military Committee of the European Union; the lawyer and author Simonetta Agnello Hornby.

They will also be present Luciana LamorgeseMinister of the Interior; Carlo Alberto Carnevale Maffè, Professor of Strategy and Innovation at SDA Bocconi School of Management; the author Dacia Maraini; Dario Nardella, Mayor of Florence; the ambassador Stefano Pontecorvo; Olga Rudenko, director of the Kyiv Independent; the economist Jeffrey Sachs; Matteo Salvini, Secretary of the Association; sociologist Chiara Saraceno; the skipper Giovanni Soldini; Ana Luiza Thompson-FloresDirector of the UNESCO Regional Office for Science and Culture in Europe; Peter Thomson, UN Special Envoy for the Sea. In addition, on Friday it will be possible to participate in two meetings between words and music with Carmen Consoli and Mannarino.

At Ca ‘Vendramin Calergi

The agreements are live in the area and at the same time live TV format on all Sky TG24 channels: TV (channels 500, 501 and 50) and streaming on the website and social networks. The focus of the meetings in Venice will be Ca ‘Vendramin Calergi Palace, where Sky TG24 will set up its own studio, and from which the public, which in part consists of university students and some local high schools, will be able to participate in the presence. The palace is a symbol of the city and has one of the most representative facades of the Venetian Renaissance.

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