November 23, 2022: Main figures from Australia’s assume tank and antitrust regulatory circles, together with the heads of India’s high information publishers, will converge on Friday on the inaugural version of the DNPA Dialogues, a first-of-its-kind convention to be hosted by the Digital Information Publishers Affiliation (DNPA).
Rod Sims, Ex-Chair of the Australian Competitors and Shopper Fee (ACCC) and a distinguished face of the nation’s regulatory initiatives, will likely be among the many audio system on the summit, which can see the eminent audio system interact and talk about subjects protecting the collaboration between Large Tech and digital information media, the importance of antitrust measures world wide, and the way forward for the digital information ecosystem.
Sims was instrumental in getting Australia’s Information Media Bargaining Code rolled out, which made it simpler for Australian information media to signal offers with tech platforms similar to Google and Fb. He headed the ACCC from 2011-2022. He’s now a professor with the Crawford Faculty of Public Coverage at Australian Nationwide College, and Chairman of the Steering Committee, Competitors Analysis Coverage Network on the Centre for Financial Coverage Analysis, in London.
Emma McDonald, Senior Coverage Adviser at Minderoo Basis, Peter Lewis, Director at The Australia Institute, and James Meese, Senior Lecturer at Melbourne’s RMIT College can even attend the convention to be held in webinar format.
McDonald was a Senior Coverage Adviser for Australia’s communications ministry from 2019-2021. At Minderoo, she negotiated with Google on behalf of 24 Australian information shops. Lewis, a number one public coverage campaigner, oversees the fortnightly Important Report and is an everyday columnist for Guardian Australia. Meese is writing a e book titled Digital Platforms and the Press: Distribution, Offers and Dependencies.
The first DNPA Dialogue, scheduled for 10am-12pm on Friday, will see the cream of India’s media business change concepts with the Australian dignitaries and brainstorm methods to construct higher, fairer and fruitful partnerships between tech giants, similar to Google and Fb, and the nation’s information publishers.
The occasion guarantees loads of takeaways for Indian stakeholders from a number of walks of life. The topical discussions might particularly profit members of the authorized neighborhood and regulation college students, these within the media circles, in addition to in academia.
The pathbreaking, cross-continent convention on the publisher-platform relationship is a brainchild of the DNPA, a Delhi-based umbrella organisation of the digital wings of India’s main 17 information publishers. The unbiased advocacy physique promotes equality and equity in how information organisations and Large Tech firms interact within the digital ecosystem.
Tanmay Maheshwari, Managing Director of Amar Ujala, and Paul Thomas, Managing Director of Star Information Group, are among the many distinguished audio system on the convention, which can even characteristic Pawan Agarwal, Deputy Managing Director, DB Corp; Annurag Batra, Chairman and Managing Editor, Enterprise World and e4m.
“It will be a unique exchange of ideas that will immensely contribute towards making India’s digital news landscape a level-playing field,” stated Maheshwari, who additionally heads the DNPA.
Scheduled Line-up of audio system: Rod Sims, Ex-Chair of the Australian Competitors and Shopper Fee (ACCC); Emma McDonald, Senior Coverage Adviser, Minderoo Basis; Peter Lewis, Director, The Australia Institute; James Meese, Senior Lecturer, RMIT College, Melbourne; Tanmay Maheshwari, Managing Director, Amar Ujala, and Chairperson, DNPA; Pawan Agarwal, Deputy Managing Director, DB Corp; Annurag Batra, Chairman and Managing Editor, Enterprise World and e4m; Paul Thomas, Managing Director, Star Information Group.