13 November 2015

Radioactive Youth Media Conference

You don’t have to be a community broadcaster to attend, this event is open to everybody.

The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council (NEMBC) will be hosting its annual Radioactive Youth Media Conference on 27 November in Melbourne.

This conference is the only national conference for young media markers in Australia and is a must for anyone studying or interested in the media, as well as for anyone involved in the youth and multicultural sector.

By attending, you can expect a day of networking, skills sharing and talks from people who are involved in the media. People such as Bhakthi Puvanenthiran, digital entertainment and lifestyle editor for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, who will deliver the conference’s keynote speech and Camilla Hanna, SBS and former ABC Radio National - Radio Australia, who will guide you through a workshop on how to make great promos that will get people listening.

The conference is not only about hearing inspirational stories; you will also learn how to create them. Plus, you will have the opportunity to join media whizzes in the discussion of the state of Australia’s media today; as well as contribute to what you think is missing from it.

Closing the conference will be a music performance from Eloji, a Melbourne based hip-hop artist.

Registrations close 25 November.

For full program details, go to Radioactive Youth Media Conference.

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