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N3 CONFERENCE 2016, SEOUL
Friday, May 27
 

09:00 KST

Newsroom Tours
Limited Capacity seats available

Take a tour of Seoul’s hottest newsrooms! Limited to a group of 10 people, get to meet the bureau chiefs and staff of the top news making agencies in South Korea! 

Free to conference registrants, but you will need a Newsroom Tour ticket in order to go on the tours.



Friday May 27, 2016 09:00 - 11:30 KST
TBA

12:00 KST

Registration
Friday May 27, 2016 12:00 - 13:00 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

13:00 KST

Journalism in the Age of AI
BOTS AND DRONES: JOURNALISM IN THE AGE OF AI: Newsrooms can now deploy automated systems to generate headlines and stories on demand and drones to go where photojournalists can't. We'll explore how news organizations can best deploy these new tools, maximize resources and naviagate the challenges behind them. Learn how reporters and editors can use these new tools and make sure they have a place among the bots and drones.

Moderators
avatar for Angie Lau

Angie Lau

Bloomberg, Anchor
Angie Lau is an anchor for Bloomberg Television. Based in Hong Kong, Angie hosts "First Up with Angie Lau," which begins live daily coverage out of Asia, leading viewers into the start of the business day. Angie has interviewed many business leaders and influencers, from Li & Fung... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Paul Cheung

Paul Cheung

Global Interactive Editor, Associated Press
At The Associated Press, Paul Cheung manages a global team of visual journalists who produce multimedia and information graphics for all formats, including print, online and mobile. Cheung is the president of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA). He served on the board... Read More →
avatar for SeongJoon Cho

SeongJoon Cho

Founder, Drone Images
Photographer SeongJoon Cho is the founder of Drone Images, multimedia agency specializing in aerial photography and video using a drone. He is the author of photography book ‘world by drone’ and had drone photography exhibition at the Canon gallery in Seoul. He is also Seoul based... Read More →
avatar for David Merritt

David Merritt

Executive Editor, Bloomberg News
David Merritt is the executive editor for Bloomberg News based in Hong Kong, responsible for the coverage of the Asia Pacific region. He oversees 24 bureaus and more than 500 reporters, editors and managers. Since joining Bloomberg in 2000, Merritt held various positions prior to... Read More →
avatar for Heather Timmons

Heather Timmons

Asia Correspondent, Quartz
Heather Timmons is the Asia Correspondent for Quartz, based in Hong Kong, where she writes about everything from ramen to derivatives to censorship. Previously she spent 10 years with The New York Times in London and New Delhi, where she covered finance and markets and the Indian... Read More →


Friday May 27, 2016 13:00 - 14:00 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

14:00 KST

Break
Friday May 27, 2016 14:00 - 14:15 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

14:15 KST

Follow the Money: Business Stories You Should Be Doing Now
Many journalists shy away from covering so-called business stories. Following the money trail often results in the big scoops that play on top. Bureau chiefs and top editors talk about the biggest business stories you should be doing and how to go about them.

Moderators
avatar for K. Oanh Ha

K. Oanh Ha

Asia Consumer Team Leader, Bloomberg
K. Oanh Ha is Asia Consumer Team Leader for Bloomberg News, based in Hong Kong. She previously served as Vietnam bureau chief for the outlet. Before joining Bloomberg, she worked as a host and reporter for KQED Public Radio in San Francisco on its nationally-syndicated program, Pacific... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Alastair Gale

Alastair Gale

Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal
Alastair Gale has been the bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal in Seoul since January 2011. He has previously worked in Singapore and Tokyo for the company.
avatar for Tony Munroe

Tony Munroe

Korea Bureau Chief, Reuters
Tony Munroe is the Korea bureau chief at Reuters. He oversees the multimedia news operation in Seoul that covers everything from North Korea to global technology powerhouse Samsung. He has worked in Asia for Reuters for 15 years, including previous posts as Mumbai bureau chief and... Read More →
avatar for Peter Pae

Peter Pae

Bureau Chief, Bloomberg News
Peter Pae has been the Korea bureau chief at Bloomberg News since July 2015. He previously was editor and reporter at the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. As UCLA graduate, he bleeds Bruin blue.
avatar for Heather Timmons

Heather Timmons

Asia Correspondent, Quartz
Heather Timmons is the Asia Correspondent for Quartz, based in Hong Kong, where she writes about everything from ramen to derivatives to censorship. Previously she spent 10 years with The New York Times in London and New Delhi, where she covered finance and markets and the Indian... Read More →


Friday May 27, 2016 14:15 - 15:15 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

14:15 KST

Love Them or Hate Them? News Platforms in a Journalist’s World
Breaking news is being picked up via Twitter and we find trends via Facebook shares. Tracking simple searches on Google News yields news stories and what's captivating readers. Messaging apps are becoming a formidable news alternative for the younger set. How do Google News and Twitter see the future of journalism? Will news web sites by traditional media become obsolete? 

Moderators
avatar for Yuri Nagano

Yuri Nagano

Mergermarket, Senior Reporter
Yuri Nagano is an investigative reporter for PaRR (Policy and Regulatory Report) at the Mergermarket Group’s Tokyo bureau. Nagano has reported for news organizations including Bloomberg BNA, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, International New York Times, The Economist and Public... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Alice Kim

Alice Kim

Strategic Partner Manager, Google
Based in Seoul, Alice manages partnerships with publishers of digital contents including news and cultural contents on the Google Cultural Institute. The majority of her working hours involves helping publishers understand Google’s various products and tools so that they can win... Read More →
avatar for Hyounsook Lee

Hyounsook Lee

News and Government partnership, Twitter
Hyounsook Lee is currently in charge of news and government partnerships at Twitter, based in Korea. She helps journalists, news organizations, politicians and government agencies to use Twitter effectively. She has 16 years of experience as a communications and digital marketing... Read More →
avatar for Iain Martin

Iain Martin

Storyful, Asia Editor
Iain Martin is the Asia Editor for Storyful. Storyful has a team of six people in its Hong Kong bureau working to discover the best stories, photos and video from social media in Asia. Iain joined Storyful in 2012 after working as a financial journalist in London since 2007.


Friday May 27, 2016 14:15 - 15:15 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

15:30 KST

Livestreaming the News
Today's tech-savvy journalists are engaging audiences with livestreaming. Learn why and when you should livestream, get a how-to primer on the apps and tech to use and some useful tips.

Moderators
avatar for Mike Raomanachai

Mike Raomanachai

Reporter, Voice TV
Mike Raomanachai is a technology reporter and anchor for Voice TV, a national network in Bangkok, Thailand. He graduated with a Master Degree in Multimedia Communications at Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA, where he is inspired by technology businesses in Silicon Valley... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jay Hartwell

Jay Hartwell

Student Media Adviser, University of Hawaii
Jay Hartwell is the faculty adviser to the award-winning, studentmedia program at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa (kaleo.org [1]@kaleoohawaii). Besides presenting at annual college journalismconventions, Hartwell was a Fulbright Scholar in Viet Nam(2013-2014) when he ran journalism... Read More →
avatar for Steven Herman

Steven Herman

Bureau Chief, Southeast Asia
Steven Herman is an American correspondent who has lived in Asia continuously since 1990. He is currently the Voice of America’s bureau chief in Bangkok, reporting on Southeast Asia and South Asia regions. He also serves on the Board of Governors of the Overseas Press Club of America... Read More →
avatar for Hyounsook Lee

Hyounsook Lee

News and Government partnership, Twitter
Hyounsook Lee is currently in charge of news and government partnerships at Twitter, based in Korea. She helps journalists, news organizations, politicians and government agencies to use Twitter effectively. She has 16 years of experience as a communications and digital marketing... Read More →


Friday May 27, 2016 15:30 - 16:30 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

15:30 KST

Storytelling with Data
Workshop on database journalism is designed for reporters with little or no knowledge of data journalism

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Scilla Alecci

Scilla Alecci

Investigative Journalist
Scilla Alecci is an investigative reporter and documentary producer. She is a member of the Japanese reporting team that collaborates with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and their media partners on the Panama Papers investigation. Scilla is currently based... Read More →
avatar for Kang-min Kim

Kang-min Kim

Data journalist, Korea Center for Investigative Journalism
He is a data journalist at the Korea Center for Investigative Journalism. It’s South Korea’s first nonprofit investigative newsroom, and its data journalism unit is one of the first dj unit in South Korea.He mainly analyzed political data(donations, finance data of officials... Read More →


Friday May 27, 2016 15:30 - 16:30 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

16:30 KST

Break
Friday May 27, 2016 16:30 - 16:45 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

16:45 KST

Lightning Talks
Ten minutes talks by prominent AAJA members and leading journalists on what stirs their passion -- from the art of networking to the tops apps for journalists to how to reformat your news for social engagement. A lively, must-see session coming at the end of Friday's N3 programming.

Moderators
avatar for K. Oanh Ha

K. Oanh Ha

Asia Consumer Team Leader, Bloomberg
K. Oanh Ha is Asia Consumer Team Leader for Bloomberg News, based in Hong Kong. She previously served as Vietnam bureau chief for the outlet. Before joining Bloomberg, she worked as a host and reporter for KQED Public Radio in San Francisco on its nationally-syndicated program, Pacific... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Erik Cornelius

Erik Cornelius

Co-Founder and COO, G3 Partners
avatar for Jay Hartwell

Jay Hartwell

Student Media Adviser, University of Hawaii
Jay Hartwell is the faculty adviser to the award-winning, studentmedia program at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa (kaleo.org [1]@kaleoohawaii). Besides presenting at annual college journalismconventions, Hartwell was a Fulbright Scholar in Viet Nam(2013-2014) when he ran journalism... Read More →
avatar for Yuri Nagano

Yuri Nagano

Mergermarket, Senior Reporter
Yuri Nagano is an investigative reporter for PaRR (Policy and Regulatory Report) at the Mergermarket Group’s Tokyo bureau. Nagano has reported for news organizations including Bloomberg BNA, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, International New York Times, The Economist and Public... Read More →
avatar for Wendy Tang

Wendy Tang

Tech Reporter
Wendy Tang is an independent tech writer. It took Wendy eight years in her journalism career to find her calling in covering technology and business. Based in Beijing, she covers China’s tech titans and the Chinese capital’s burgeoning startup community. Prior to moving to Beijing... Read More →


Friday May 27, 2016 16:45 - 17:45 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

18:00 KST

Closing
Friday May 27, 2016 18:00 - 18:30 KST
Seoul Center for Creative Economy and Innovation 178, Jongno-gu,Sejong-daero, Seoul

19:00 KST

VIP Reception at Bloomberg Korea (Invitation Only)
Limited Capacity seats available

Meet leading journalists in the region at the state-of-the-art Seoul office of Bloomberg. 
Limited to 75 people. Invitation Only. 

Friday May 27, 2016 19:00 - 21:30 KST
Bloomberg Korea Mirae Asset Center 1, Eulji-ro 5-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
 
Saturday, May 28
 

08:30 KST

Registration
Saturday May 28, 2016 08:30 - 09:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

08:30 KST

Documentary Screening

The 104-year-old American Jessie Lichauco was at the epicenter of events that shaped 20th-century Philippines and possesses a unique perspective on how her adoptive country and the world has evolved since. Her granddaughter, Philippines-based journalist Sunshine Lichauco de Leon, recently produced and cowrote her first documentary, “Curiosity, Adventure and Love,” which weaves together the stories of Lichauco’s life, account of Philippine history since arriving in Manila in 1933, and insights from a unique perspective that reminds viewers of the power of our humanity. The documentary will be presented during Saturday breakfast, followed by a Q&A with the director hosted by Angie Lau.


Saturday May 28, 2016 08:30 - 09:30 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

09:00 KST

Coffee and Pastries
Saturday May 28, 2016 09:00 - 09:30 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

09:30 KST

Plenary: Virtual Reality in the Newsroom
Virtual reality once seemed like a trend, but it's here to stay. Learn from leaders in the field, technologists and journalists about how newsrooms can produce VR storytelling. Hear about what's worked, what hasn't, how to engage your audience with emerging VR technology, and what the future holds for the medium.

Moderators
avatar for Sean Lim

Sean Lim

Host of KBS World Radio and Freelance Broadcast Journalist, KBS World Radio
Sean is a freelance broadcast journalist based in Seoul, South Korea. He is currently an editor with KBS World News Today, host for KBS World Radio and contributor to TBS eFM. Sean anchored the main evening news program, “Prime Time News” for Arirang TV, Korea’s main English-language... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Paul Cheung

Paul Cheung

Global Interactive Editor, Associated Press
At The Associated Press, Paul Cheung manages a global team of visual journalists who produce multimedia and information graphics for all formats, including print, online and mobile. Cheung is the president of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA). He served on the board... Read More →
avatar for Thomas Di Fonzo

Thomas Di Fonzo

Senior Producer, The Wall Street Journal
Thomas Di Fonzo is a Senior Producer at The Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong. With responsibility for the Asia video team, Tom leads the delivery of daily video news coverage and multimedia projects, and most recently, Asia-focused virtual reality storytelling and immersive packages... Read More →
avatar for AJ Libunao

AJ Libunao

Multimedia Producer, Journalism and Media Studies Centre
AJ Libunao is an American multimedia producer based in Hong Kong. His work has been published by organizations such as Asia Sentinel, Yahoo! News, South China Morning Post, Wiener Zeitung and The Caravan. He produces online content for the Journalism and Media Studies Centre... Read More →
avatar for Eunjoo Park

Eunjoo Park

Digital News Room Vice Editor, Chosun Media


Saturday May 28, 2016 09:30 - 10:30 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

10:30 KST

Break
Saturday May 28, 2016 10:30 - 10:45 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

10:45 KST

Investigating the Panama Papers
How a team of journalists worked in tight secrecy on the biggest leak in history. The inside story of how the Panama Papers unfolded.

Moderators
avatar for Philip Pan

Philip Pan

Asia Editor, The New York Times
Philip Pan (born 20th century) is an American journalist and author. He is currently Asia Editor ofThe New York Times, after reporting for more than a decade as a foreign correspondent based in China and Russia for The Washington Post. He won the Arthur Ross Book Award Gold Medal... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Scilla Alecci

Scilla Alecci

Investigative Journalist
Scilla Alecci is an investigative reporter and documentary producer. She is a member of the Japanese reporting team that collaborates with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and their media partners on the Panama Papers investigation. Scilla is currently based... Read More →
avatar for Yoojung Lee

Yoojung Lee

Reporter, Korea Center for Investigative Journalism
Yoojung Lee is an investigative reporter at the Korea Center forInvestigative Journalism, South Korea’s first nonprofit onlineinvestigative newsroom. Her work focuses largely on revealing injusticeand abuse of power, with a focus on government and corporateaccountability and human... Read More →
avatar for Yasuomi Sawa

Yasuomi Sawa

Deputy Editor, Investigative and In-Depth Reporting, Kyodo News
Yasuomi Sawa is a Japanese journalist and deputy editor for investigative and in-depth reporting of Kyodo News, which is Japan’s largest news wire service. As leading the team of three investigative reporters, he works hard to dig deeper and innovate Japanese journalism by making... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 10:45 - 12:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

10:45 KST

Startups Making Money in the News Business
New media startups are coming up with new business models and monetization models for journalism, such as crowdfunded journalism and content aggregation. How do they make money and what are their implications to freelancing journalists?

Moderators
avatar for Zela Chin

Zela Chin

Senior Reporter/Producer, TVB
Zela is the Senior Reporter/Producer for weekly business program, "Money Magazine," on TVB, Hong Kong’s flagship broadcaster. Besides business news, she reports on consumer issues, government policy, technology, and luxury brands. She started her career producing for CNN in the... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Farland Chang

Farland Chang

Shantou University, Professor
Farland Chang is an Emmy Award–winning journalist, producer, professor, media strategist, entrepreneur, and civil rights activist. For 30 years, Mr. Chang covered top stories across Asia and North America, including almost all 50 states. He served as a business news anchor and correspondent... Read More →
avatar for Taehoon Lee

Taehoon Lee

Founder, thekoreaobserver
Taehoon Lee, AAJA Asia Seoul VP and executive producer of the N3Con Seoul 2016, is an award-winning journalist and the CEO of two media startups, Newsbacker and The Korea Observer. Newsbacker, which is on beta, is a crowdfunding and collaboration platform to support independent journalists... Read More →
avatar for James P. Ong

James P. Ong

Editorial Director, Coconuts Media
James P. Ong started as a lifestyle reporter for the now-defunct Manila Chronicle and has worked at both traditional and digital media outfits in the Philippines and Singapore including ABS-CBN and Singapore Press Holdings. Previously, he worked at Time Out Singapore as online ed... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 10:45 - 12:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

10:45 KST

Workshop: Virtual Reality with Google

Hands-On experience with Google Cardboard + Learning basics of building your YouTube News strategy and experimenting with VR and 360-degree video as innovative storytelling formats.

Moderators
avatar for Mike Raomanachai

Mike Raomanachai

Reporter, Voice TV
Mike Raomanachai is a technology reporter and anchor for Voice TV, a national network in Bangkok, Thailand. He graduated with a Master Degree in Multimedia Communications at Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA, where he is inspired by technology businesses in Silicon Valley... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Taewon Park

Taewon Park

Team lead, Google/YouTube
Based in Seoul, Taewon manages partnerships with YouTube online partners including music labels, studios, news and individual creators. The majority of his working hours involves helping YouTube partners grow their YouTube channels, engage with audience and build business on and off... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 10:45 - 12:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

12:00 KST

Lunch
Saturday May 28, 2016 12:00 - 12:30 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

12:00 KST

Resume Doctor
Moderators
avatar for Yuri Nagano

Yuri Nagano

Mergermarket, Senior Reporter
Yuri Nagano is an investigative reporter for PaRR (Policy and Regulatory Report) at the Mergermarket Group’s Tokyo bureau. Nagano has reported for news organizations including Bloomberg BNA, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, International New York Times, The Economist and Public... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Kurt Archin

Kurt Archin

Video Journalist, TBS eFM
Kurt Achin came to Asia in 1999 as a producer for CNN Internationaland never really left. He opened Seoul’s Voice of America bureau in2005 and spent five years there as a correspondent, then two years inNew Delhi as VOA’s South Asia bureau chief. Currently he hosts“Koreascape... Read More →
avatar for Farland Chang

Farland Chang

Shantou University, Professor
Farland Chang is an Emmy Award–winning journalist, producer, professor, media strategist, entrepreneur, and civil rights activist. For 30 years, Mr. Chang covered top stories across Asia and North America, including almost all 50 states. He served as a business news anchor and correspondent... Read More →
avatar for Brian Fowler

Brian Fowler

Bloomberg, Managing Editor
Brian Fowler is the Japan and Korea managing editor for Bloomberg News, overseeing more than 130 reporters, editors and managers in the region. Fowler joined Bloomberg in 2008 in Tokyo, coordinating regional news coverage for Japan and Korea. Fowler worked at Dow Jones Newswires... Read More →
avatar for Kevin Lau

Kevin Lau

Career Strategist at the Journalism, Media Studies Centre
Kevin Lau is the Career Strategist for the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at The University of Hong Kong. He provides career mentoring as well as job and internship placements for the journalism students. In addition he teaches new media and online journalism. Over the years... Read More →
avatar for Tony Munroe

Tony Munroe

Korea Bureau Chief, Reuters
Tony Munroe is the Korea bureau chief at Reuters. He oversees the multimedia news operation in Seoul that covers everything from North Korea to global technology powerhouse Samsung. He has worked in Asia for Reuters for 15 years, including previous posts as Mumbai bureau chief and... Read More →
avatar for Peter Pae

Peter Pae

Bureau Chief, Bloomberg News
Peter Pae has been the Korea bureau chief at Bloomberg News since July 2015. He previously was editor and reporter at the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. As UCLA graduate, he bleeds Bruin blue.


Saturday May 28, 2016 12:00 - 13:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

12:30 KST

Open Stage with Yigal Erlich

Yigal Erlich is founder and chairman of The Yozma Group, a leading startup venture capital investment group in Israel. One of the most prominent investors in Israel’s high-tech arena in the past 15 years, Erlich is widely credited as the founding father of its venture capital industry. He helped to foster a professionally managed venture capital industry to fund the country’s fast-growing high-tech ventures. The Yozma Group formally opened its first Asian startup campus in Pangyo, South Korea, this year as a base camp for expansion in the region.


Saturday May 28, 2016 12:30 - 13:30 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

13:00 KST

Raffle
Saturday May 28, 2016 13:00 - 13:30 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

13:30 KST

Plenary: Censorship and the People’s Right to Know
Western notions of press freedom are foreign concepts in many Asian countries. From authoritarian governments in China and Vietnam to restrictive media cultures in Japan and Thailand, learn how reporters navigate the challenge to inform the public without landing in jail.

Moderators
avatar for K. Oanh Ha

K. Oanh Ha

Asia Consumer Team Leader, Bloomberg
K. Oanh Ha is Asia Consumer Team Leader for Bloomberg News, based in Hong Kong. She previously served as Vietnam bureau chief for the outlet. Before joining Bloomberg, she worked as a host and reporter for KQED Public Radio in San Francisco on its nationally-syndicated program, Pacific... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Nigel Callinan

Nigel Callinan

Media Professor, Busan National University
Nigel Callinan teaches classes in Media, Regional Studies and Innovation as part of the Global Studies Department in PNU to diverse groups of Korean and International Students. As part of his courses, he encourages students to combine traditional media channels with emerging technology... Read More →
avatar for Brian Fowler

Brian Fowler

Bloomberg, Managing Editor
Brian Fowler is the Japan and Korea managing editor for Bloomberg News, overseeing more than 130 reporters, editors and managers in the region. Fowler joined Bloomberg in 2008 in Tokyo, coordinating regional news coverage for Japan and Korea. Fowler worked at Dow Jones Newswires... Read More →
avatar for Steven Herman

Steven Herman

Bureau Chief, Southeast Asia
Steven Herman is an American correspondent who has lived in Asia continuously since 1990. He is currently the Voice of America’s bureau chief in Bangkok, reporting on Southeast Asia and South Asia regions. He also serves on the Board of Governors of the Overseas Press Club of America... Read More →
avatar for Ching-Ching Ni

Ching-Ching Ni

Editor-in-Chief, New York Times Chinese
Ching-Ching Ni is editor-in-chief of the New York Times Chinese language website cn.nytimes.com, the newspaper’s first online edition in a foreign language. She started her journalism career at Newsday in New York and served for about a decade as China correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. Before becoming an editor she was associate dean and professor at the journal... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 13:30 - 14:30 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

14:15 KST

Break
Saturday May 28, 2016 14:15 - 14:45 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

14:45 KST

Money Behind Content: Fighting for the Right Balance
Sponsored and branded content, when to pay and not to pay interviewees; controversies about blockbuster documentaries. 

Moderators
avatar for Taehoon Lee

Taehoon Lee

Founder, thekoreaobserver
Taehoon Lee, AAJA Asia Seoul VP and executive producer of the N3Con Seoul 2016, is an award-winning journalist and the CEO of two media startups, Newsbacker and The Korea Observer. Newsbacker, which is on beta, is a crowdfunding and collaboration platform to support independent journalists... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Suk Young Choi

Suk Young Choi

CEO and co-founder, Radish
Seung-yoon Lee is the CEO and co-founder of Radish and previously ran Byline. Radish is a freemium Youtube for stories where you can write, share, and monetise from serialised fiction based on bite-sized pieces suitable for 10 minutes on a smartphone. It is a digital update of the... Read More →
avatar for Stella Kim

Stella Kim

Producer, NBC
I am a journalist covering Korean peninsula and a lecturer in journalism based in Seoul.
avatar for Jeonghwan Lee

Jeonghwan Lee

MediaToday, Managing Editor
Jeonghwan Lee is a Managing editor of Mediatoday. Mediatoday, founded in May 1995, is a media about media critique. Lee is also a representative director of Leejeonghwan.com which is a alternative media founded in October 2001. In his previous stints at Economy21, Monthly... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 14:45 - 15:45 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

14:45 KST

Workshop: How to Publish a Book
From journalists to published authors 

Moderators
avatar for Youkyung Lee

Youkyung Lee

Associated Press, Reporter
Youkyung Lee joined the Associated Press Seoul bureau as a technology writer in 2012, covering consumer electronics, mobile and internet trends as well as South Korea’s startup scenes and big businesses known as chaebol. Before joining the AP, Lee covered technology, business and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Geoffrey Cain

Geoffrey Cain

Journalist and Book Author
Geoffrey Cain, based in Seoul, is a journalist and author who has written for Time, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy and others. His reporting was a finalist for a 2015 Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) award. A former Fulbright scholar, he holds an MA (Distinction... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Salmon

Andrew Salmon

journalist, broadcaster and award-winning author
Andrew Salmon, a Seoul-based Englishman, is a journalist, broadcaster and award-winning author based in Korea. He is France24’s English correspondent in Seoul and covers the Koreas for Forbes, France 24, The Nikkei Asian Review and The South China Morning Post; writes his biweekly... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 14:45 - 15:45 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

14:45 KST

Workshop: TV Interviews and Best Practices
For journalists, PRs, anyone who want to rock that TV interview 

Moderators
avatar for Angie Lau

Angie Lau

Bloomberg, Anchor
Angie Lau is an anchor for Bloomberg Television. Based in Hong Kong, Angie hosts "First Up with Angie Lau," which begins live daily coverage out of Asia, leading viewers into the start of the business day. Angie has interviewed many business leaders and influencers, from Li & Fung... Read More →

Saturday May 28, 2016 14:45 - 15:45 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

15:45 KST

Break
Saturday May 28, 2016 15:45 - 16:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

16:00 KST

Crisis Reporting and the Scoop: How to Prepare for Breaking News
WHEN NEWS BREAKS: Veteran journalists talk about covering the biggest news stories, from the Sewol Ferry Disaster to the political crisis on the Korean peninsula. How can journalists break away from the pack, uncover scoops on deadline and be first without getting it wrong. We'll also hear how reporters deal with the emotional toll of covering tragedies and disasters.

Moderators
avatar for Angie Lau

Angie Lau

Bloomberg, Anchor
Angie Lau is an anchor for Bloomberg Television. Based in Hong Kong, Angie hosts "First Up with Angie Lau," which begins live daily coverage out of Asia, leading viewers into the start of the business day. Angie has interviewed many business leaders and influencers, from Li & Fung... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Sam Kim

Sam Kim

Reporter, Bloomberg News
Since 2013, Sam Kim has covered politics in South Korea. Prior to joining Bloomberg, he covered news at The Associated Press and Yonhap News Agency.
avatar for Chong-ae Lee

Chong-ae Lee

Deputy Editor, Seoul Broadcasting System
Chong-ae Lee has been a reporter for the Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) since 1995. She is known mostly as an investigative reporter for the news magazine program News Pursuit, where she worked from 1999 to 2003. She has won more than 18 awards, including Reporter of the Year award... Read More →
avatar for Philip Pan

Philip Pan

Asia Editor, The New York Times
Philip Pan (born 20th century) is an American journalist and author. He is currently Asia Editor ofThe New York Times, after reporting for more than a decade as a foreign correspondent based in China and Russia for The Washington Post. He won the Arthur Ross Book Award Gold Medal... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 16:00 - 17:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

16:00 KST

K-beauty workshop with YouTube Star
Quick make-up tips if you have less than 10 minutes before a live TV interview. Get ready to get tips from k beauty specialists!

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Youkyung Lee

Associated Press, Reporter
Youkyung Lee joined the Associated Press Seoul bureau as a technology writer in 2012, covering consumer electronics, mobile and internet trends as well as South Korea’s startup scenes and big businesses known as chaebol. Before joining the AP, Lee covered technology, business and... Read More →

Speakers
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Liah Yoo

Beauty Creator
Based in Seoul, Liah is quickly becoming one of the top international beauty YouTubers with a growing audience around the globe.Liah’s focus on Korean beauty has earned her recognition from the industry as a beauty expert. Her deep understanding of beauty and skincare coupled with... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 16:00 - 17:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

16:00 KST

Workshop: Mobile Journalism
Each of us has a camera, microphone, computer and editing bay in our pocket or purse. When news calls, take out your smart phone and use the tips from this hands-on session to shoot, edit and upload a video.


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K. Oanh Ha

Asia Consumer Team Leader, Bloomberg
K. Oanh Ha is Asia Consumer Team Leader for Bloomberg News, based in Hong Kong. She previously served as Vietnam bureau chief for the outlet. Before joining Bloomberg, she worked as a host and reporter for KQED Public Radio in San Francisco on its nationally-syndicated program, Pacific... Read More →

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Jay Hartwell

Student Media Adviser, University of Hawaii
Jay Hartwell is the faculty adviser to the award-winning, studentmedia program at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa (kaleo.org [1]@kaleoohawaii). Besides presenting at annual college journalismconventions, Hartwell was a Fulbright Scholar in Viet Nam(2013-2014) when he ran journalism... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 16:00 - 17:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

16:00 KST

Workshop: Working your own PR: Pitching to the Media
Have a great event or product launch to announce to the world but not sure how to pitch to the media, especially the international media? Come learn from PR professionals how to get your stories out and write an eye-catching news release that won't end up as trashed mail in a journalist's mailbox! 

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Youkyung Lee

Associated Press, Reporter
Youkyung Lee joined the Associated Press Seoul bureau as a technology writer in 2012, covering consumer electronics, mobile and internet trends as well as South Korea’s startup scenes and big businesses known as chaebol. Before joining the AP, Lee covered technology, business and... Read More →
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Chelsea Phua

Associate Partner, Bell Pottinger
Chelsea Phua is an Associate Partner at international communications consultancy firm Bell Pottinger. She provides strategic counsel in public and investor relations to a broad spectrum of companies, including those listed on the Singapore Exchange, helping them to communicate their... Read More →

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Fiona Bae

CEO and founder, FionaBae Ltd
Fiona Bae is the CEO and founder of fionabae ltd., an international corporate communications firm. Since 2012, fionabae ltd. generated the largest portfolio of feature stories in major international media outlets (Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The New York Times, Bloomberg... Read More →


Saturday May 28, 2016 16:00 - 17:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

17:00 KST

Break
Saturday May 28, 2016 17:00 - 17:15 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

17:15 KST

Fireside Chat: Wrap Up / Closing / Raffle
Saturday May 28, 2016 17:15 - 18:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

19:00 KST

Gala Dinner
This is not covered under general admission. You will need to buy a ticket for SATURDAY NIGHT AWARD DINNER.

Saturday May 28, 2016 19:00 - 21:00 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
 
Sunday, May 29
 

09:00 KST

Power Leadership Training with Ron Brown
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Ron Brown

Founder, Banks Brown
RONALD B. BROWN, Ph.D., is a leading expert and innovator in the fields of Leadership Development, Diversity and Inclusion, and Organizational Transformation. He is the founder and President of Banks Brown, a management consulting firm that specializes in providing leading-edge... Read More →

Sunday May 29, 2016 09:00 - 16:30 KST
D.CAMP 683-34 Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul