CAMLA seminar: Old media, new media, not media: Rethinking policy for the public interest
with Shadow Minister for Communications – Michelle Rowland MP
“We need a coherent, principled and evidence-based approach to guide a transition where all players do their bit”
With recent developments in policy and regulation suggesting that Australia is barely playing catch-up, Michelle Rowland MP, Shadow Minister for Communications will provide a presentation on the role of Government in promoting public interest objectives and the need to adapt as the media ecosystem evolves.
Thursday 17th May
Drinks and canapés: 7.00-9.00pm
Kindly hosted by:
Gilbert + Tobin
Level 35, Tower 2,
International Towers Sydney,
200 Barangaroo Avenue,
Barangaroo NSW 2000
CAMLA members – $70 including GST
Non CAMLA members – $95 including GST
Register at: www.camla.org.au/seminars
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