Breakfast on the Run: The news media landscape

Breakfast on the Run: The news media landscape

NSW
May 6
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Speakers

Campbell Reid, Group Director - Editorial, News Limited

Event overview

The rise of social media, access to instant worldwide information via the internet and the ease with which people can set up their own blogs are just part of the evolving digital environment facing professional communicators today.

However, with the changing media landscape comes the question: "Are bloggers and alternative media outlets held to the same media regulation and ethics as established media companies?"

CEDA's Breakfast on the Run series is pleased to present Campbell Reid, Group Director - Editorial for News Corp Australia who will examine:

  • Adapting to a changing media production landscape;
  • The future of public and community media; and
  • Understanding consumers' changing media practices and preferences

Meet the speaker

Campbell Reid
Group Director - Editorial, News Limited

Campbell Reid joined News Corp Australia in 1981.

He worked as reporter and feature writer at The Daily Telegraph until his appointment as chief-of-staff in February 1988. Later that year he moved to the US to head News Corp Australia's New York bureau, which services all of the Australian group publications.

Campbell took up an assistant editorship of The Daily Telegraph upon his return to Australia in 1991, a position he held for six years.

In July 1997, he was appointed editor of The Australian and in 2001 became Editor for The Daily Telegraph for four years.

In 2005, Campbell took up the role of General Manager for Queensland Newspapers, a position he held for two years.

He returned to News Corp Australia in Sydney in August 2007 as Group Director for Editorial.

Campbell grew up in Rotorua, New Zealand and studied journalism at Auckland Technical Institute.

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