July INMA APAC Summit focuses on evolving news media business

By Dawn McMullan


Dallas, Texas, USA


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

Click here to register for the Summit now 

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.

Annie Zhang, founder and CEO of Matters Lab in Hong Kong, at the INMA Subscriptions Summit in Stockholm in 2019.
Annie Zhang, founder and CEO of Matters Lab in Hong Kong, at the INMA Subscriptions Summit in Stockholm in 2019.

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.

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