Main Program | The Media Landscape in SE Asia


 
 
29 Oct 2022 11:30 - 12:30
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Southeast Asia is a diverse and complex region, geographically, culturally, and politically, with challenging terrain for media outlets to capture all these factors. This panel discusses the issues that are important to this region’s media landscape. What are the positive developments, and what have the challenges been?

Asia Tenggara adalah wilayah yang beragam dan kompleks, secara geografis, budaya, dan politik, dengan medan yang menantang bagi media untuk menangkap semua faktor ini. Sesi panel ini membahas isu-isu yang penting bagi lanskap media di kawasan ini. Apa perkembangan positifnya dan apa tantangannya?

Featuring

Jewel Topsfield

Jewel Topsfield is the Social Affairs Editor at The Age and was formerly the Indonesia correspondent of The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. In 2016 she won the Lowy …


Aprila Wayar

Aprila Wayar, commonly known as Emil, is a Papuan journalist and novelist who grew up in West Java. In 2009, Emil’s first novel Mawar Hitam Tanpa Akar made her the first female …


Deborah Cassrels

Deborah Cassrels is an Australian journalist with more than 40 years of experience. She was based in Bali for over a decade, as a foreign correspondent for The Australian. Throughout …



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