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What do you know about the future media landscape? How will it affect you?
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the experts at the PRISA conference media panel discussion on June 10.
A panel of experts from print, broadcast and digital media will set the scene for the future. Discussions will be broadened by both a journalistic and public relations viewpoint.
Leading the discussions will be the panel chairman, Vusi Mona, head of communications at Sanral.
Participants, all leaders in their sectors, are:
PRINT - Gordon Patterson, MD of Starcom and vice president of the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC)
BROADCAST - Nick Grubb, MD of the radio division of Kagiso Media
DIGITAL - Justin Spratt, MD of Quirk
JOURNALISM - Barry Bateman, Eyewitness News Pretoria correspondent
PUBLIC RELATIONS - Thebe Mabanga, Media Director at Magna Carta
PRofiting – ‘to obtain an advantage or benefit’
Convergent – ‘having the tendency to become similar while adapting to the same environment’
Converge – ‘to come together as if to meet or join when approaching from different directions’
Join us at the Leriba Hotel and Spa in Centurion, Pretoria, on June 10 and 11 to explore how we, as individual professionals, as well as the combined talents of the profession, can benefit and take advantage of our convergent world. Not only is technology converging at a rapid rate, but the disciplines of public relations, marketing, advertising, digital, human resources and management are all interlinked and coming together from different directions to form the convergent world in which we live and work.
The keynote opening address will discuss the opportunities and advantages of the National Development Plan and how you can benefit by contributing to this important initiative.
International and local experts will share their knowledge on 360 degree communication, the latest trends in the public relations profession globally, ethics, the realm of social media, the convergence of corporate social investment and community relations as well as practical sessions on media, what makes a successful consultant, how to manage your CEO, minister, professor, immediate manager, and best practice case studies.
Registration fees for members have not increased over the past three years!
Register now and claim your early bird discount. Click here for the registration form and rates.
Another benefit - Leriba Hotel provides free shuttles from Gautrain Centurion station and OR Thambo international airport. Accommodation is on site – book direct: www.leriba.co.za
Herewith the Reservation Form and the transport charges: