Program

Agenda

All times are in Singapore Time (GMT+8). Please note that this is a draft schedule, subject to change. Updates will be made in due course.
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  • 23 May

    Thu

  • 24 May

    Fri

  • 25 May

    Sat

  • This tour designed for news media professionals brings you behind the closed doors of leading news organizations. Get a rare glimpse into how they put out the news day by day, hour by hour, on news cycles that are getting impossibly shorter and shorter. Find out what drives their coverage and unravel the mysteries of how editorial decisions are made. Only 30 seats are available. Pre registration is required for the newsroom tour via the N3 Participants RSVP form that will be send to all registered participants two weeks before the event. First registrants and overseas participants will be given priority.
    Where
    Thomson Reuters, #09-05, Alice@Mediapolis, 29 Media Circle, Singapore 138565

  • Participants in the Newsroom Tour will have an opportunity to buy their own lunch at the celebrated Adam Road Food Centre, at one of the venue's 32 stalls, several of which have been honored with a Michelin BIB. Ilustrous vistors at the Food centre in recent years include Joe Biden (then Vice President of the US) and Canadian Pm Justin Trudeau.
    Where
    2 Adam Rd, Singapore 289876

  • This tour designed for news media professionals brings you behind the closed doors of leading news organizations. Get a rare glimpse into how they put out the news day by day, hour by hour, on news cycles that are getting impossibly shorter and shorter. Find out what drives their coverage and unravel the mysteries of how editorial decisions are made.

    The visit will include a tour of The Straits Times newsroom and TV studio and an interaction between the delegates and ST editors.

    Only 30 seats are available. Pre registration is required for the newsroom tour via the N3 Participants RSVP form that will be sent to all registered participants two weeks before the event. Early registrants and overseas participants will be given priority.
    Where
    SPH News Centre, 1000 Toa Payoh North, Singapore 318994

  • This tour designed for news media professionals brings you behind the closed doors of leading news organizations. Get a rare glimpse into how they put out the news day by day, hour by hour, on news cycles that are getting impossibly shorter and shorter. Find out what drives their coverage and unravel the mysteries of how editorial decisions are made. This is your chance to ask top editors and journalists the questions you’ve always wanted to ask! Only 30 seats are available. Pre registration is required for the newsroom tour via the N3 Participants RSVP form that will be send to all registered participants two weeks before the event. First registrants and overseas participants will be given priority.
    Where
    CNBC Studio: SGX Centre 1, 2 Shenton Way, Singapore 068804

  • Content Review Simulation is a program where participants are presented with real-life case studies of policy enforcement actions across Google products and given the opportunity to make simulated content moderation decisions based on the information presented. A panel of internal policy enforcement and content moderation experts will be available to share about Google's overall approaches to raise online information quality, and prevent online harm and abuse on our platform.
    Learning Journey Outcomes
    Participants will gain:
    1. In-depth insights on Google's approach towards content moderation decisions across different product areas.
    2. Context-specific considerations on content moderation approaches, including local law and standards.
    This will be a closed door, off the record event. Only 10 seats are available. Pre registration is required via the N3 Participants RSVP form that will be sent to all registered participants two weeks before the event. AAJA-Asia and Google will select the final participants.
    Where
    Google Asia Pacific, Singapore 70 Pasir Panjang Rd, #03-71 Mapletree Business City II, Singapore 117371

  • This tour designed for news media professionals brings you behind the closed doors of leading news organizations. Get a rare glimpse into how they put out the news day by day, hour by hour, on news cycles that are getting impossibly shorter and shorter. Find out what drives their coverage and unravel the mysteries of how editorial decisions are made. The visit will include a tour of The Wall Street Journal's newsroom, WSJ Video and Dow Jones Newswire and an interaction between the delegates and Dow Jones Newswire/WSJ executives.

    Only 30 seats are available. Pre registration is required for the newsroom tour via the N3 Participants RSVP form that will be sent to all registered participants two weeks before the event. Early registrants and overseas participants will be given priority.
    Where
    138 Market Street, #13-02 CapitaGreen, Singapore 048946

  • AAJA-Asia is proud to invite N3Con participants to attend the Singapore Premiere of the award-winning documentary film "Zero Waste", in presence of the film director, Danny Kim.

    As the world continues to come face to face with the consequences of decades of environmental degradation, Danny Kim’s documentary explores the ways that five individuals in South Korea have taken it upon themselves to create solutions to the country’s plastic waste problems, which has been exasperated by the global pandemic, and whether their efforts can be enough to make up for decades of neglect. Both sobering and uplifting, Zero Waste paints a portrait of both the magnitude of the problem, and the perseverance of those people willing to address them.

    This is a limited-seat event organized in partnership with The Korean Embassy in Singapore, CLA Global and the Singapore Press Club. Seats can be booked via the RSVP form that will be sent to all N3Con 2024 registered participants a few days ahead of the event.

    Event schedule
    - 6.15 pm: Registration and Reception
    - 7:30 pm: Introduction and Welcome from AAJA, CLA Global, Korean Embassy and Film Director Danny Kim
    - 7:40 pm: Film Screening (71 minutes)
    - 9:00 pm: Networking
    - 9.30pm: Good Night

    Film screening host:
    Founded in 1993, CLA Global TS is an award-winning Asia-Centred Business Advisor. An independent member firm of CLA Global Network, CLA Global TS provides a full spectrum of professional services including, but not limited to Assurance & IPO Reporting, Tax, Risk Advisory, Valuation, Insolvency & Restructuring, Sustainability & Climate Change Advisory and more. https://www.cla-ts.com
    Where
    CLA Global TS Holdings, 80, Robinson Road, #25-00, Singapore 068898

  • There is no official networking event on the eve of N3Con 2024's first conference day. However, if you want to meet and mingle with other conference delegates over Satay and other typical local dishes, join us at the historic Lau Pa Sat Hawker Centre, in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District, at 7:45 pm. We'll get some tables in the outdoor area (weather permitting), near the corner of Boon Tat Street and Shentown Way. Just grab your plate of your favourite local specialty at one of the market's hawker, and come and seat with the N3Con team!
    Where
    Lau Pa Sat Hawker Centre, 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582

  • Registration will be at the Singapore Management University's Admin Building, 81 Victoria St, Level 5, in the Mochtar Riady Auditorium's foyer. Arrive early, get your badge, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee ans start making new friends.
    Networking
    Where
    Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Singapore Management University (SMU), 81 Victoria St, Singapour 188065

  • A word of welcome to all participants and sponsors from the AAJA-Asia leadership.
    Where
    Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Singapore Management University (SMU), 81 Victoria St, Singapour 188065

  • Starting with the "Signals" news feed produced by Semafor with the help of tools from OpenAI and Microsoft to the latest research and product developments at AP and Reuters, this session will discuss how leading news media companies are embracing generative AI in their daily news cycle and how they are refining their processes and policies to use AI responsibly in newsgathering and business practices.
    Where
    Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Singapore Management University (SMU), 81 Victoria St, Singapore 188065

  • Media professionals will offer 1:1 clinic sessions on a various series of topics. Limited invidivual slots will be offered for booking to registered participants on a first come, first served basis, 2 weeks before the event's start date. Is your news product serving the needs of your users?

    Sign up for a 45-min clinic with Rishad Patel, co-founder of Splice Media for a product audit. Is it time to transform your media career? Sign up for a 45-min clinic with Alan Soon, co-founder of Splice Media for a professional coaching session.

    (Clinic bookings can be made through the registered participants RSVP form)
    Where
    Singapore Management University, seminar room TBC

  • Are you a mid-career manager or leader looking to evolve your career path in the dynamic digital media industry? Join our free Leadership Coaching Program sessions where we'll explore strategies to help you navigate and future proof your skillset in the evolving technology and media business landscape.

    Target audience: Mid-level managers or executives looking for career advice and development coaching. This can also be for those leading initiatives across newsroom or organization with 5-7 years industry experience (Women in Media focus).

    Led by Anjali Kapoor, an established media executive with over 15+ years of experience in building digital business strategies and product solutions in large media and technology companies.

    1:1 coaching sessions of 45 minutes - on 24/05 from 11 am to 2 pm and on 25/05 from 8 to 9:45 am and from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm - will be available for booking through an RSVP form sent to all N3Con 2024 registered participants 2 weeks before the event. Sessions are limited.

    Focus areas of potential coaching topics include:
    - Enhance Your People-First Leadership Skills
    - Develop Your Digital Transformation Expertise
    - Expand Your Networking and Mentorship Opportunities
    - Open session: Leadership coaching on current career path and opportunities.


  • Governmental and non-governmental organizations around the world seem to have finally grasped the urgency of climate change and the key role that environmental reporting can play to identify issues, hold governments and corporations accountable and inform citizens. Even though funding supporting climate reporting has become more widely available, producing quality climate journalism remains a challenge due to the complexity of the issues, their transnational nature, and the many interests at stake. This session will explore how Asian journalists and media outlets are facing these challenges. What kind of specific resources and processes have they developed to cover that beat? What would be needed to make cross-border collaborations easier and climate reporting more impactful?
    Where
    Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Singapore Management University (SMU), 81 Victoria St, Singapour 188065

  • In this panel discussion, talent recruiters, HR managers and newsroom executives from Singapore and international newsrooms will discuss market trends, skills and profiles that are the most sought after in their respective newsrooms. Panelists will also share examples of upcoming job openings and tips for applying to their company.
    Careers
    Where
    Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Singapore Management University (SMU), 81 Victoria St, Singapour 188065

  • Mental health clicnics are one-on-one counselling sessions with a certified practician to help journalists who are emotionally suffering from occupational moral injuries. The sessions will be led by Kuma Chow, a former journalist and a certified mental health counsellor.

    Resume Doctor are a speed-consulting rounds where mentors sit down for 15 minutes with each applicant to discuss their resume, reel and next career goal. (Limited invidivual slots for both clinics will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

    Sessions are limited. Bookings for both 1:1 clinics series will be available via the RSVP form all N3Con registered participants will receive two weeks before the event.
    Where
    Singapore Management University, seminar room TBC

  • Media professionals will offer 1:1 clinic sessions on a various series of topics. Limited invidivual slots will be offered for booking to registered participants on a first come, first served basis. Photographers Swift Goh and Tara Strunk will offer individual photoshooting sessions of portraits participants can use for their CVs and social media. (Clinic bookings can be made through the registered participants RSVP form)
    Where
    Singapore Management University, seminar room TBC

  • Have ambitions but don't have the plan to get there? In need of career development? Come join us to share and exchange ideas on how to take your career to the next level, led by a coach or experienced newsroom journalist. Participants will be divided into groups according to their professional experience, from students and early-career reporters to mid-career journalists. Participants will share market trends and insights on how to strategize their next career steps.
    Careers
    Where
    Singapore Management University Admin Building, 81 Victoria Road, Level 5 (Seminar Rooms 5.1) and Level 4 (Seminar Rooms 4.1 and 4.2). Pick up your conference badge on Level 5

  • News media startups are often more creative and nimble at finding ways to connect with the younger generations of news consumers than legacy media organizations. In this session, media startups founders and CEOs will discuss how they strategize their content production and distribution to engage with young audiences. They will also share their take on solving another critical challenge that the news industry is facing: How can news media outlets make it worth for young, talented individuals, to renounce more lucrative or more comfortable professions and become committed reporters and editors?
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 5 - Seminar Rooms 5.1

  • From covering sensitive stories such as terrorism or sexual abuse to dealing with confidential documents, sensitive business information or ultra-violent graphic material, strong internal standards and the ability to efficiently deploy them in critical situations are key to producing quality journalism and retain audiences' trust. This session will discuss ethics involved in editing, including how to provide managerial guidance to writers, how to spot and solve situations in communications and how to assess internal standards and reference materials in line with your media outlet's values.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.1

  • Broadcast and business messaging provide media organisations with an opportunity to build and engage a direct audience. In the past year, WhatsApp Channels, Threads, Instagram and Facebook Channels and Telegram have offered new ways to distribute content and engage audiences. The 2024 Reuters Digital News predictions has WhatsApp at the top of Executive lists for developing new social channels this year. The session will cover: Intro to broadcast messaging Advantages and opportunities Content and engagement strategies Workflow and process Measurement and tracking Use cases + best practices
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.2

  • This session will introduce the integral components of solutions journalism, talk about why it’s important, explain key steps in reporting a solutions story, and share tips and resources for journalists interested in investigating how people are responding to social problems. The session will also present and discuss sucessful examples of succesful solutions journalism.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 5 - Seminar Rooms 5.1

  • Out of passion for a beat or a story they've extensively covered, following the call of a literary vocation or simply looking for an alternative source of revenues, many journalists have been tempted to write and publish a book. "Every good journalist has a novel in him - which is an excellent place for it", supposedly said Harper Magazine's managing editor, Russel Lynes. But fiction is only one option among many. In this session, journalists who have gone through the experience of writing and publishing books will share their experiences and lessons learnt, from the writing process to dealing with publishers and promoting their work. Was it worth all the trouble? And if so, what will they do differently for their next book?
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.1

  • This session will discuss the challenges of producing a gender-sensitive reporting stylebook for supporting journalists who want to portray the gender-related elements of their reports in an accurate and neutral manner. AAJA-Asia is currently coordinating the production of such a stylebook in five different Asian markets. Debbie Goh and Ellis Ng will discuss the factors influencing gender-inclusive language adoption in relation to Singapore’s cultural and political sensitivities, and how the Singapore version of the stylebook prioritizes gender-neutral language over non-binary inclusive language as an actionable approach for improving DEI in news.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.2

  • From identifying stories, to finding sources, pitching, production and thinking about impact and engagement, come to this workshop with two journalists with years of experience in gender-sensitive reporting: Straits Times Bureau Chief Tan Hui Yee and Eliza Anyangwe, managing editor of CNN’s gender reporting team, As Equals. Whether you want to make gender your beat or simply need tips to spot how gender is playing out in any beat from politics, to climate or the economy, this workshop will be practical and interactive.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.2

  • All N3Con 2024 participants are warmly invited to a tour of Bloomberg's Singapore newsroom followed by a networking reception.

  • Registration will also be at the Singapore Management University's Admin Building, 81 Victoria St, Level 5, in the Mochtar Riady Auditorium's foyer. We'll start a bit later than the previous day. You may still arrive early, get your badge if this is your first day at N3Con, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee ans start making new friends.
    Networking
    Where
    Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Singapore Management University (SMU), 81 Victoria St, Singapour 188065

  • In this record election year, we will hear from editors from different parts of Asia about how they covered the elections in their respective countries. What new technologies and formats they used to maintain readers informed and engaged, how they navigated misinformation challenges, and how they used elections reporting for gaining new subscribers.
    Where
    Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Singapore Management University (SMU), 81 Victoria St, Singapour 188065

  • Are you a mid-career manager or leader looking to evolve your career path in the dynamic digital media industry? Join our free Leadership Coaching Program sessions where we'll explore strategies to help you navigate and future proof your skillset in the evolving technology and media business landscape.

    Target audience: Mid-level managers or executives looking for career advice and development coaching. This can also be for those leading initiatives across newsroom or organization with 5-7 years industry experience (Women in Media focus).

    Led by Anjali Kapoor, an established media executive with over 15+ years of experience in building digital business strategies and product solutions in large media and technology companies.

    1:1 coaching sessions of 45 minutes - on 24/05 from 11 am to 2 pm and on 25/05 from 8 to 9:45 am and from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm - will be available for booking through an RSVP form sent to all N3Con 2024 registered participants 2 weeks before the event. Sessions are limited.

    Focus areas of potential coaching topics include:
    - Enhance Your People-First Leadership Skills
    - Develop Your Digital Transformation Expertise
    - Expand Your Networking and Mentorship Opportunities
    - Open session: Leadership coaching on current career path and opportunities.


  • This session will cover the latest developments in the US-China trade war, in particular around semiconductors, and their economic and diplomatic impact at a regional and global level. It will also discuss the challenges of covering this particular beat for business reporters in Asia, the pitfalls to avoid, interesting trends and sources to monitor, examples of best-practices and outstanding stories.
    Where
    Mochtar Riady Auditorium, Singapore Management University (SMU), 81 Victoria St, Singapour 188065

  • Ms. Kuma Chow, a former journalist and now Therapist, will provide a group therapy session to journalists who are emotionally struggling because of what they have experienced or witnessed as morally wrong while on their job. Participants can expect a safe space to talk about their experiences and listen to others’ sharing, and take away some tips on how to understand and process negative emotions, with a bit of help from philosophy. Seats for this session are limited. Pre booking is required via the RSVP form sent to all N3Con registered participants 2 weeks beofre the event.
    Workshop
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.1

  • Media professionals will offer 1:1 clinic sessions on a various series of topics. Limited invidivual slots will be offered for booking to registered participants on a first come, first served basis. Photographers Swift Goh and Tara Strunk will offer individual photoshooting sessions of portraits participants can use for their CVs and social media. (Clinic bookings can be made through the registered participants RSVP form)
    Where
    Singapore Management University, seminar room TBC

  • Mental health clicnics are one-on-one counselling sessions with a certified practician to help journalists who are emotionally suffering from occupational moral injuries. The sessions will be led by Kuma Chow, a former journalist and a certified mental health counsellor.

    Resume Doctor are a speed-consulting rounds where mentors sit down for 15 minutes with each applicant to discuss their resume, reel and next career goal. (Limited invidivual slots for both clinics will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

    Sessions are limited. Bookings for both 1:1 clinics series will be available via the RSVP form all N3Con registered participants will receive two weeks before the event.
    Where
    Singapore Management University, seminar room TBC

  • This session will delve into what it takes to produce good documentaries and why video storytelling is an increasingly important skill to have in today's newsrooms. The session's panelists will show short samples of their award-winning works, share tips about their film making experience and discuss the challenges and opportunities they find in producing documentaries for news media outlets.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 5 - Seminar Rooms 5.1

  • Diversity in news is not about producing more extensive annual special editions on the occasion of the International Women's Day or the Gay Pride, It involves putting in place policies, processes, commitments and resources to ensure that newsrooms and the content they produce offer, every day, a fair and inclusive representation of the communities they cover. In this session, news executives from progressive media outlets will explain the concrete steps they have taken in their respective newsrooms for producing more empathic and inclusive journalism, and why it is important for them to do so.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.1

  • In this session, early career journalists will talk to students about working in the media. Students will have an opportunity to ask professionals for early career advice and hear more about what they do as reporters. Each of the three panellists will bring experiences in a specialised area.

    The speakers will discuss how to find ideas for articles and pitch the best stories, what makes a good article, think about visuals to complement writing, how to score internships at newsrooms, and how to find your beat as a young reporter
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.2

  • The session will focus on why we need to bring a shift in the way the world sees Asia, by creating cutting-edge, globally relevant cross-border stories, meaningful conversations, and innovative collaborations to build communities of action that transcend borders within the region and beyond. The coverage of Asia, particularly in mainstream Western media, remains focused on a couple of stories and stereotypes. The need of the hour is to champion collective, nuanced, and contemporary storytelling that resonates with today’s readers and audiences. We will showcase the work of our members from across Asia, and help the audience to be a part of the conversation on how to reimagine the way we inform the world’s view on Asia. We propose the participation of Syed Nazakat, the CEO and founder of DataLEADS and the Editor-in-Chief of Asian Dispatch.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 5 - Seminar Rooms 5.1

  • This session will offer an in-depth overview of the Associated Press' Local News AI Initiative which ran for two years from August 2021 through September 2023. It will explain the reasons for its creation, and the industry issues it tried to address. Should Asian journalists and publishers willing to replicate this project in Asia, the speaker will also provide insights on the project's funding, operational, and management structure of the initiative. Finally, he will sahre key takeaways from the Local News AI Initiative, and how AP is using what they learned so far to progress the industry further."
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.1

  • N3Con 2024 will feature a series of compact workshops to equip participants with new skills they will be able to use in their reporting as soon as they come back to their respective newsrooms (or freelance assignments). This session will offer a quick review of easily available generative AI tools that any journalist can use to improve their reporting and produce better content with less efforts. It will also help participants identifying and avoiding the main pitfalls of generative AI in a news production context.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 5 - Seminar Rooms 5.1

  • This hands-on workshop is for students and journalists who want to leverage the power of data storytelling. We will go through step-by-step on how to create a good data story, from ideation to implementation. Participants will have the chance to apply the skills and present their ideas.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.1

  • Long dominated by the SPH / Mediacorp duopoly, the Singapore media scene has seen small - online only - independent media companies blossoming in recent years. NIMBUS, a volunteer-run network of civil society and independent media organizations, holds regular workshops, panel discussions and events for their members as well as media fairs to engage with the general public. In this session, Nimbus representatives will explain how their network was launched and how they hope to nurture an independent media ecosystem in Singapore. The Singapore Climate Change Rally (SGCR) will share their experience as members of the Nimbus network and explain how they use multimedia platforms to convey their news, information and specific campaigns.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.2

  • Are you seeking guidance on how to better prepare for the safety risks that you face while reporting? Are you constantly worried about your digital safety and have witnessed or experienced online harassment? Join this session to learn more about risk assessment, safety tips, and tactics for anti-surveillance.
    Where
    Singapore Management University (Admin Building), 81 Victoria Road, Level 4 - Seminar Rooms 4.2

  • After three days of intense networking, learning and brainstorming, N3Con 2024's Gold Sponsor ALIBABA invites all participants to unwind, celebrate and enjoy a closing reception in the warm atmosphere of Malts, located at Marina Square, just a 5 min drive/15 min walk) from the conference venue. Buses will be provided from SMU.

    Networking event kindly sponsored by: ALIBABA
    Where
    6 Raffles Blvd, #01-07/08 Marina Square, Singapour 039594

Speakers and Moderators

N3Con invites leaders from across Asia to speak and moderate panels and workshops.
Brolley Genster

Brolley Genster

Staff Editor, The New York Times
Jaime Ho

Jaime Ho

Editor, The Straits Times, SPH Media
Jeremy Au Yong

Jeremy Au Yong

Associate Editor (Newsroom Strategy), The Straits Times, SPH Media
Li Xueying

Li Xueying

Foreign Editor, The Straits Times, SPH Media
Miriam Grace A. Go

Miriam Grace A. Go

Managing Editor, Rappler
Cai U. Ordinario

Cai U. Ordinario

Reporter, Business Mirror
Lou Albano

Lou Albano

Managing Editor, GMA News Online
Roby Alampay

Roby Alampay

Chairman & Founder, Puma Public Productions
Danny Kim

Danny Kim

Filmmaker, Founder & Director, Docu+
Wai Mun Ng

Wai Mun Ng

Deputy editor and writer, Eco-Business
Eunice Sng

Eunice Sng

Student Representative, AAJA-Asia
Tham Seen Hau

Tham Seen Hau

Head of Operations, Malaysiakini
Geoff Howie

Geoff Howie

Market Strategist, Singapore Exchange
Kosaku Narioka

Kosaku Narioka

Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
Regina Lay

Regina Lay

Anchor and Business News Editor, One News
Hon Yuen Leong

Hon Yuen Leong

Independent documentary journalist
Jimmy Ong

Jimmy Ong

Senior Director, Technical Ops APAC, CNBC
Shein Shanin

Shein Shanin

Journalist / News Anchor
Braema Mathi

Braema Mathi

Advisor, Nimbus
Isaac Neo

Isaac Neo

Editorial Co-head, SG Climate Rally
Lau Joon-Nie

Lau Joon-Nie

Executive Producer/ Managing Partner, Factual TV
Leo Lord-Jones

Leo Lord-Jones

Senior Supervising Producer, The Wall Street Journal
Colin Ng

Colin Ng

Deputy Asia Chief Editor, Newswires, The Wall Street Journal
Sarah R Stanley

Sarah R Stanley

Travel Journalist, The Straits Times
Ellis Ng

Ellis Ng

Freelance Reporter
Connie Tan

Connie Tan

Supervising Producer, CNBC
Sherilyn Bruan

Sherilyn Bruan

Senior Program Manager, GMA Public Affairs
Choo Ching Yee

Choo Ching Yee

Southeast Asia Teaching Fellow, Google News Initiative
Jovi Ho

Jovi Ho

Assistant editor, The Edge
Debbie Goh

Debbie Goh

Associate Professor, Pennsylvania Western University
Douglas Schorzman

Douglas Schorzman

Asia Editor, The New York Times
Liza Lin

Liza Lin

China Tech Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
Audrey Tan

Audrey Tan

Assistant News Editor, The Straits Times
Dylan Loh

Dylan Loh

Correspondent, Nikkei Singapore Bureau
Jane Lanhee Lee

Jane Lanhee Lee

Technology Reporter, Bloomberg
Kavita Chandran

Kavita Chandran

Journalism Trainer
Rebecca Pazos

Rebecca Pazos

Data Visualisation Editor, The Straits Times
Syed Nazakat

Syed Nazakat

Founder, Asian Dispatch - CEO, DataLEADS
Nicholas Yong

Nicholas Yong

Journalist, Writer
Claudia Hinterseer

Claudia Hinterseer

Lead Video Producer, The South China Morning Post
Tan Hui Yee

Tan Hui Yee

Bureau Chief, The Straits Times and Co-founder The Gender Beat
Tsen-Waye Tay

Tsen-Waye Tay

Co-founder and Head of Content , Jom
Sudhir Thomas Vadaketh

Sudhir Thomas Vadaketh

Co-founder and editor-in-chief, Jom
Jin Ding

Jin Ding

Chief Executive Officer, Initium Media
Ilyas Sholihyn

Ilyas Sholihyn

Editor-in-Chief, RICE Media
Bertha Chan

Bertha Chan

APAC Engagement Lead, Trust & Safety Global Engagements, Google
Esther Ng Sek Yee

Esther Ng Sek Yee

Chief Content Officer, Star Media Group
Ernest Kung

Ernest Kung

AI Product Manager, The Associated Press
Eric Wishart

Eric Wishart

Standards and Ethics editor, AFP
Eliza Anyangwe

Eliza Anyangwe

Editor, CNN As Equals
Dexter Chan

Dexter Chan

Founder, Newsgraphy
Anjali Kapoor

Anjali Kapoor

Principal, Hot Laundry Digital
Gina Chua

Gina Chua

Executive Editor, Semafor
K. Oanh Ha

K. Oanh Ha

President, AAJA-Asia
Faith Chen

Faith Chen

APAC Industry Engagement Lead, Google
Katrina Nicholas

Katrina Nicholas

Deputy Managing Editor, Global Business Asia, Bloomberg News
Keiko Morris

Keiko Morris

Director of Journalism Recruiting, The New York Times
Jason Subler

Jason Subler

Global General Manager, Reuters
Yumiko Ono

Yumiko Ono

Editor for news operations APAC, The Wall Street Journal
Shibani Mahtani

Shibani Mahtani

Investigative Correspondent, The Washington Post
Zela Chin

Zela Chin

Supervising Producer, TVB
Juliana Liu

Juliana Liu

Asia Editor, CNN Business
Ahmed Assar

Ahmed Assar

Video Editor Asia, Reuters
Karishma Singh

Karishma Singh

General Manager, Reuters
Mike Raomanachai

Mike Raomanachai

Media Trainer, Cofact
Adam Najberg

Adam Najberg

Head of Communications, Tencent Games
JP Ong

JP Ong

Reporter for Southeast Asia, CNBC
Kuma Chow

Kuma Chow

Certified Mental Health Therapist
Alan Soon

Alan Soon

Co-founder, Splice Media
Kyuwon Lee

Kyuwon Lee

Training & Curriculum Manager, Solutions Journalism Network
Rishad Patel

Rishad Patel

Co-founder, Splice Media
Gilles Demptos

Gilles Demptos

Director for Asia Pacific, AAJA
N3

N3