Talk Journalism

73Speakers
43Sessions
3500+Audience
About the conference

A not-for-profit initiative, Talk Journalism is build on the premise that there is need to discuss and debate media, a profession that discusses everything, but seldom talks about itself. In 2016 over 70 leading minds in the profession came together on one platform, shared their thoughts and experiences about how the rules of the game have changed and omit the new ideas are coming up in the media space.

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Speakers 2017

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Ayaz Memon

Senior Journalist

Arun shourie

Author

Barkha Dutt

Author.Contributing Columnist @WashingtonPost

Christina lamb

The sunday times

Chandrashekar kulkarni

Executive Editor, Lokmat Digital

Dhanya Rajendran

Editor, The News Minute

Diksha madhok

Editor, Quartz

Dilip cherian

Communications Consultant

GVL Narasimha Rao

National Spokesperson BJP

Nick Davies

The Guardian

Priyanka Chaturvedi

INC

Piyush mishra

Actor

Rajdeep Sardesai

Consulting Editor, India Today

Shekhar Gupta

Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of ThePrint

Sumeet Vyas

Indian Actor And Writer

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  • RAHUL DEV
    Happy to be a part of the two day gala. Great to see journalism and different facets being discussed with youngsters, good to see that the organizers gave space to language media as well.
    Rahul Dev
  • Feels good to participate in a forum that is all about promoting better journalism
    Suhashini Haider
  • Great event, very well organised. If Talk Journalism could be the connect between journalists, academics, civil society and people it will do a great service by pushing good journalism
    Rajdeep Sardesai
  • I was honored to be invited to what was a truly impressive and distinctive event – in one part global but also very much a reflection of Indian media. It is poised now to become a major date on the journalism calendar
    Gerard Ryle
  • I was happy and honored to speak about investigative reporting at the conference, and I hope I helped some young journalists to learn some old tricks. But from my selfish point of view, I was even happier to listen to some of the finest voices in Indian journalism and to meet them socially. That is how I learn.
    Nick Davies
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