Saturday, August 4
|Saturday, August 4||Stein Auditorium||Silver Oak||The Theatre|
|9.30 – 10.30||Film Screening – The Post
Duration:116 Minutes | Language: English Director: Steven Spielberg
|News as Investment Why do people invest in news? Is it viable? Is it worth the risk? Is it soft power? How does one make it attractive?Roopa Kudva, Siddharth Yog Moderated by Mihir Sharma||Masterclass: Verification 101: How To Verify Photos and Videos Surabhi Malik (Google News Lab Teaching Fellow)|
|10.30 – 11.30||Mufassil Patrkar Aur Unke SangharshThe highest risk and the least rewarding journalism is happening in small towns. Who will fix it?Ashutosh Chaturvedi, Malini Subramaniam,
Prabhat Singh Moderated by
|In Conversation – Creating the Podcast
Christopher Lydon and Abhinandan Sekhri
|11.30 – 12.30||Presentation: Paradigm shift in the digital media ecosystem
The growth of digital media will see personalisation of content, an innovative approach to audience engagement and new monetisation models. A deep dive into these innovations and how digital publishers need to be prepared for in the future.
|Presentation: Media’s Need for Social Networks is a Double-Edged Sword
Social media drives content distribution, focusing on audience engagement, not on news quality. With Social at the heart of media publishers’ core publishing strategy, how can publishers engage and incentivise their audience to be their ambassadors on Social and share their content?
|12.30 – 1.30||Ownership Responsibilities
The pressures of running a news organisation
Moderated by Madhu Trehan
Walking The Talk: Thinking Through News Disruption
|In Conversation – Fighting machetes with a pen
Bangladeshi-American author Rafida Ahmed in conversation with
Kanchan Gupta about the shrinking space for religious critique in Bangladesh and the rise of religious extremism.
Rafida Bonya Ahmed and
|1.30 – 2.30||LUNCH|
|2.30 – 3.30||Second Citizens From cyber-bullying to gender inequality in workplaces, how does news media treat women? How do we fix it?
Ravish Kumar, Nishtha Satyam,
Powered by UN Women
|Who’s Winning the False News Battle?
Is the technology to fight false news keeping up with the tools to create it? Is the news consumer any smarter?
Anim van Wyk,
Ishteyaque AmjadModerated by
|Quintype Product Demo: Data-driven digital publishing platform for modern publishers
Understanding how Quintype assists digital media organisations to create interactive content through storytelling, analytics-driven distribution of content to increase engagement, seamless end-user experience across channels.
Sriram Krishnaswamy and
|3.30 – 4.30||Investigative Journalism
Too expensive for mass media? Investigative journalism is high risk, high cost, high chances of failure. How can we still make it a priority?
Josy Joseph, Marisa Kwiatkowski, Shane Bauer
|Numbers Speak the Loudest
In a world of alternative facts, are numbers the most efficient way to speak truth to power?
John Samuel Raja, Rakesh Reddy Dubuddu,
Followed by Presentation on Cherry Picking Data –
|4.30 – 5.30||Undernourished reportage
An unhealthy and malnourished India cannot be a superpower. Yet healthcare is among the most ignored beats in Indian media. How do we change this?
Dinesh C. Sharma,
|Trial by Media
Is it journalistic to come to conclusions during investigations? Journalism of a certain type can devastate lives. Is it inevitable?
Tanveer Ahmed Mir,
Umar KhalidModerated by
|Masterclass: Graphic ViolenceHow to use illustration in conflict narratives and storytelling?http://themediarumble.com/speaker/benjamin-dixBenjamin Dix|
|5.30 – 6.30||Neta > Abhineta
Is political cinema possible in India anymore?
Rajiv Menon, Anurag Kashyap,
Neeraj GhaywanModerated by
Presented by RED FM
|6:30-6:40||Vote of Thanks –