The Future of Media – How journalism is changing and what it means for SA
We're in a world of shrinking newsrooms. #fakenews and fact checking. Branded content and Insta-influencers. What's real and what's not? Who will tell South Australian stories into the future? Do we care?
Journalists are under pressure to do more with less. At the same time, political parties and corporations employ sophisticated media-machines. Technology enables us to access 'free' and easy news but are you willing to pay for good journalism? Before you click Share on your smartphone, do you examine the truth and motivations behind the story you're sharing?
Join us to hear from a panel of media commentators who are living and pondering these important questions every day.
Tickets: $19 PRIA members | $29 non-members
Aaron Guiterman is Edelman's head of digital public affairs, based in Washington D.C. He leads a team of experienced political and corporate public affairs professionals focused on designing creative issue preparedness and r...
Alina Eacott is a reporter and presenter at the ABC. She joined in the ABC in 2009 first as a regional reporter, before moving to the Adelaide newsroom. Alina works...
Bension Siebert is a journalist with Adelaide independent online news publication InDaily, covering city affairs, politics, health and transport. He is a two-time winner of the Max Fatchen Award for Best Young Journalist, in...
Dr Collette Snowden
Dr Collette Snowden is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Communication, International Studies and Languages at the University of South Australia. She previously worked as a journalist, media advisor, public relations practi...
Terry Plane has worked in all branches of media and in government. He’s worked in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney & London. Currently a media consultant, for many years he managed television newsrooms, at Channels 10 and 7 i...
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