From August 27 to August 30, Asia’s journalism community will gather online for AAJA-Asia’s annual New.Now-Next media conference (N3Con 2020). Registration is now open and Tickets are available for as low as US$10 for members (US$5 for student members).
2020 has been an extraordinary year — and journalists have done extraordinary work to report on the greatest global crisis of our generation. From overrun emergency rooms to streets filled with tear gas, journalists have needed to adapt and innovate to tell crucial stories from #TheNewFrontlines – N3Con’s theme this year.
With in-depth panels, workshops and talks focused on the challenges confronting Asia’s news media landscape, N3Con 2020 aims to provide journalists with the skills they need to innovate in the face of extraordinary change. Here’s what you can expect:
- Wide-ranging sessions covering the hottest topics, from the status of Press Freedom across Asia to creating content in the age of disruption, advancing diversity in newsrooms, climate reporting or covering the US/China tug of war…
- Over 50 speakers including Olivia Qi Zhang, Chief US Correspondent for Caixin Media, SCMP Managing Editor Brian Rhoads, award-winning and Emmy-nominated photographer and videographer Laurel Chor, CBS News Asia correspondent Ramy Inocencio, and many more
- Exclusive talks with media executives: informal discussions on journalism and career opportunitieswitheditors and media executives from SCMP, Bloomberg, Google, The Ken, Facebook, Newspicks and more
- Virtual Networking Party: meet up with old friends and make new ones at a fun online gathering over Google Meet.
- Event app: Stay in touch at any moment with all participants along the conference’s 4-days with the N3Con exclusive event app.
- N3ConU: Dedicated sessions for students to learn more about the journalism industry, and how to start strong as an early career journalist
Register now and find more information at https://www.n3con.com/2020/