The International News Media Association (INMA) will conduct an Asia/Pacific News Media Summit July 15-16 focused on interpreting the “new normal” that the pandemic has revealed for the media business.
The Asia/Pacific News Media Summit is free, and companies may sign up an unlimited number of delegates. Complete Summit information, including online registration, may be found at www.inma.org/apac.
The INMA summit aims to surface the best practices of Asia/Pacific’s diverse and fast-evolving news industry, with special emphasis on data, product, subscriptions, and what comes next for digital advertising.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Suzie Cardwell, general manager/data and ad product, News Corp Australia
- Dian Gemiano, chief marketing officer, KG Media, Indonesia
- Ian Hocking, vice president/digital, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong
- Jodie Hopperton, Product Initiative lead, INMA
- Neel Kothari, founder and CEO, iZooto, India
- Ignatius Low, chief commercial officer, Singapore Press Holdings
- Hiromi Ohnishi, cxecutive director/digital business, Asahi Shimbun, Japan
- Grzegorz Piechota, Reader’s First Initiative lead, INMA
- Earl J. Wilkinson, executive director and CEO, INMA
Supported by the Google News Initiative and iZooto, key themes to be covered during the APAC Summit include:
- Building digital revenue models.
- New narrative for news media advertising.
- Newsroom transformation and culture change.
- Decoding and leveraging data analytics.
- Navigating digital platforms.
- New products and revenue streams.
By registering for the INMA Asia/Pacific News Media Summit, attendees will gain access to the livestream July 15-16, as well as all Summit recordings and presentations.
“INMA continues to expand our footprint worldwide, and we’re honoured to help grow an Asia/Pacific media community with our July Summit,” INMA CEO Earl J. Wilkinson said. “This will be the first of many ventures in Asia/Pacific, and I know publishers will appreciate new connections to colleagues from around the world — and the unique ‘INMA conversation’ around the business of media.”
Complete information on the INMA Asia/Pacific News Media Summit may be found at www.inma.org/apac.