On November 26, the 2021 annual meeting of Nanjing Metropolitan Media Alliance and the activity of “ President and chief editor to look at Lai ‘an” was held in Lai ‘an County of Chuzhou. Presidents and chief editors of 8 cities, including Nanjing, Zhenjiang, Yangzhou, Huaian, Wuhu, Maanshan, Chuzhou and Xuancheng gathered together to summarize the working achievements of the alliance in the past year, and discussed the key work of Nanjing Metropolitan Media Alliance in the next year.
Nanjing Metropolitan Media Alliance was established in October last year, by 10 member units, including Nanjing Daily, Huaian Daily, Yangzhou Daily, Zhenjiang Daily, Wuhu Media Center, Maanshan Daily , Chuzhou Daily, Xuancheng Daily, Liyang Media Center, Jintan Media Center, forming a “8 + 2” pattern. With the expansion of the influence of Nanjing Metropolitan Media Alliance, more units are applying to join it. On the eve of the conference, the alliance secretariat received an application from the Media Center of Lai ‘an County and each member unit deliberated and approved the application. Since then, the alliance ushered in a new pattern of “8+2+N”. At the meeting, the president and chief editor of each member unit of the alliance summarized the conducted activities since the beginning of this year. Meanwhile, suggestions and plans were put forward for the operation mechanism of “Manuscript sharing platform of Nanjing Metropolitan Media Alliance”, which was launched in the second half of this year.
After the meeting, the activity of “ President and Chief Editor to look at Lai ‘an” began immediately. Chief editors and reporters of the alliance member units walked into this “bridgehead” of cooperation between Jiangsu and Anhui Provinces and interviews were conducted on the new functional areas adjacent to Dingshan Mountain and Chahe River, Chahe Economic Development Zone, Chishan Lake Wetland Park, Laianhongling section of Jianghuai Ridge line, to truly understand the new achievements of Lai’an County in the process of integrating in to the Yangtze River Delta.
Translated by Yuan Mengwen from Foreign Affairs Office of Wuhu Municipal People’s Government