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The LINA Summit is an exciting opportunity for LINA members to get together and share experiences, so there will plenty of opportunity for networking and discussion. We also want you to leave the Summit with new skills and tips to take back to your newsrooms - as well as some new ideas on revenue development. So there will be some practical workshops across the 1.5 day event, as well as conversations on policy development relevant to public interest journalism - your input is important!
You can optionally register for a one-day multimedia journalism intensive on the Saturday - places are limited.
The Hon Michelle Rowland MP is Federal Minister for Communications.
The Inaugural LINA Summit will open with a Welcome to Country from Mr Allen John Madden. Allen is a Gadigal man from the Eora Nation.
Jocelin is responsible for brand and reader revenue at The Guardian. Her two decade-long career has spanned digital, media and entertainment sectors, most recently as ABC's Head of Marketing across the suite of ABC's products and services.
Leigh Tonkin is the editor of features and context for ABC News and has worked in national and regional newsrooms for 18 years
Kamin Gock was proudly born and raised in Penrith, Western Sydney and is currently working as ABC’s State Political Reporter in the NSW newsroom.
Jon is the Chief Executive Officer of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) . He is passionate about the non-profit and charity sector having spent more than 25 years as a Chief Executive and non-executive director.
Alan is a journalist, author and editorial consultant with more than forty years’ experience working for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and the Special Broadcasting Service.
Claire Stuchbery joined LINA as Executive Director after a 20-year career in media policy, stakeholder engagement, policy development and communications.
Genevieve Jacobs has been a journalist for 30 years, working in print and radio. Her career began with rural newspapers on the South West Slopes, she has freelanced for national magazines and spent a decade with ABC Radio Canberra.
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