Registrations open for the NEMBC Youth Media Conference

The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council is gearing up for their NEMBC Youth Media Conference on Friday 27 November in Melbourne. 
​The Keynote speech will be delivered by Bhakthi Puvanenthiran, digital entertainment and lifestyle editor for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald
What does it mean to be Australian in a new generation today?  

A Q&A panel featuring discussion and questions on modern cultural identity. Get the chance to hear views and pitch questions to experts and youth representatives with Fatima Measham, social commentator and editorial consultant at Eureka Street + Adolfo Aranjuez, editor of Metro Magazine, interested in identity politics + Faiza Rehman, lawyer, former Masterchef contestant and member of the Australian Multicultural Council. 
What’s missing from the media right now? Join media whizzes and contribute to the discussion around the state of Australia’s media today.
 There is also stuff to make you smart…
 How to make great promos – a workshop taking you through the ways to get people listening to your program with Camilla Hannan SBS, former ABC Radio National, Radio Australia
 Writing news – industry professionals explain how to present facts in an interesting way
 Talking to decision makers – what you need to know to get the most out of interviews with the big cheeses of politics with James McKenzie, 3CR Radio and political advisor
What it’s like being an award winning journalist at Australia’s biggest multicultural and multilingual broadcaster with Santilla Chingaipe, SBS multiplatform journalist
Want to talk about sensitive topics but not sure how to get it right? Mindframe takes you through the research and guidelines for reporting mental health issues and suicide with Elena Terol, Mindframe
 And stuff to entertain you…

Music performance from Eloji, Melbourne based Hip-Hop artist 

For full program details and registration, head here.
Registration includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea (unwaged $35.00  or waged $45.00).