Monday, October 25, 2010

[pima.nius] Audio Report: New technology and its impact aired at PIMA 2010 conference

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Audio Report: New technology and its impact aired at PIMA 2010 conference


Sandra Kailahi

A discussion on cultural and media standards was facilitated by television journalist and author Sandra Kailahi at the 2010 PIMA conference. Photo: Kim Bowden

Pacific Scoop:
Audio Report – By Tupouseini Taumoepeau.

Tupouseini Taumoepeau reports that the Pacific Islands Media Association Conference held earlier this month discussed the "new era" of technology and the impact this will have on the media and the Pacific community. The conference included workshops focussing on current issues and involved a diverse group of networks.

An open panel discussion addressed the issues of media access among Pacific people, what the Pacific media is doing to cater to this and their views of this shift from traditional to new media.

Tupouseini Taumoepeau is a Graduate Diploma in Journalism student on the Reporting the 

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