It’s often said that the media spends too much time talking about itself, but for once it may be justified in doing so. Media ownership regulation changes, new competitors challenging old business models, renewed talk of merging the public broadcasters and the sight of Shane Warne terrorising the people of Africa combine to make it the most exciting time to be talking about media.
Join a stellar panel of media experts to discuss the commercial and regulatory challenges and opportunities facing media today. Will ownership changes pass the Australian Parliament and what will happen if they do? Are current business models sustainable or how will they evolve? What’s the future for the local and international production sectors and how should they be funded? These are just some of the issues that will be explored at this timely seminar.
Our distinguished panel includes:
Michelle Guthrie (incoming CEO, ABC, MD, Agencies APAC, Google, exMD Providence Equity, exCEO Star TV)
David Haslingden (CEO, RACAT Group, Director Ardent Leisure, exChairman Network Nine, exCOO Fox Networks Group)
Deanne Weir (Founder, WeirAnderson, Deputy Chair Screen Australia, Chair of Hoodlum and AiMedia, ex Group Director Corporate Development, Austar Entertainment)
The seminar will be moderated by Bruce Meagher, Director, Corporate Affairs, Foxtel
Tuesday, 29 March 2016
6:15pm for a 6:30pm start
(followed by drinks and canapés)
Clayton Utz, Level 15, 1 Bligh Street Sydney
$70.00 (incl GST) for CAMLAmembers
$95.00 (incl GST) for non-CAMLA members
For cheque payments and other enquiries, contact: Cath Hill (02) 4294 8059 or firstname.lastname@example.org