Rizwan Khan to deliver special address @exchange4media News Next 2014

Rizwan Khan to deliver special address @exchange4media News Next 2014

Author | exchange4media News Service | Thursday, Jan 16,2014 9:11 AM

Rizwan Khan to deliver special address @exchange4media News Next 2014

Stage is set for the sixth edition of exchange4media News Next 2014. The conference will include some of the best minds in the new television business, both globally and in India. News Next this year will delve into debates such as ad regulation and FDI in media, along with a host of other key issues concerning the broadcast space today. The Conference is being held in New Delhi on January 18, 2014.

One of the most respected names in the media fraternity, Rizwan Khan, international journalist and television host, will deliver the special address. Khan has built up a global reputation in the course of his career spanning over 25 years and is known for his high-profile interviews of world leaders, business icons and film celebrities.

News Next 2014 will provide a platform both to news broadcasters and brand custodians to deliberate issues pertaining to the industry. From contextual issues like the advertising cap regulation by TRAI, FDI recommendations and the digitisation progress, there is much to be discussed on the credibility of news itself.

Some of the other speakers at the conference include Alok Agrawal, Chief Executive Officer, Zee Media Corporation; Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-Chief and News Anchor, Times Now; Ashish Bagga, CEO, India Today Group; Chintamani Rao, Strategic Marketing and Media Advisor; (Hony) Brig Dr Arvind Lal, CMD, Lal Pathlabs; Deepak Chaurasia, Editor-in-Chief, India News; Dilshad Master, Co-Founder, FarInto Traveller; Jagat Dave, Managing Director, Ambit Corporate Finance; Kartikeya Sharma, MD, ITV Network; Sanjeev Srivastava, Editor-in-Chief, Focus Television Network; Simon Spanswick, Founder-Director, Association of International Broadcasting (AIB); and Uday Varma, Former Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

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