Roland Husson

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RonaldRoland Husson is the Counsellor for cooperation and cultural affairs, French Embassy in Malaysia. Although a career diplomat he is not new to media industry. He served as the Head of Public Service Broadcasting Service of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication. From 2010-2014 he served as the Deputy Director of Audio-Visual Policy under the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.

Masato Kajimoto

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Masato KajimotoDr Masato Kajimoto, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre, the University of Hong Kong. He specializes in news literacy education and misinformation ecosystem research in Asia. Dr.

John Nerry

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John NerryJohn Nery is an Associate Editor and Opinion Columnist at the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the largest newspaper in the Philippines; from 2014 to 2017, he also served as editor in chief of its digital affiliate, Inquirer.net, in a concurrent capacity. He is is the author of "Revolutionary Spirit." Nieman 2012.

Julie Posetti

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JulieJulie Posetti is a multi award-winning Australian journalist and academic. She is Senior Research Fellow at Oxford University's Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, where she leads the Institute's new Journalism Innovation Project.

Dr. Pe Myint

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Dr Pe MyintDr. Pe Myint became the Union Minister, Ministry of Information of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar since 30 March 2016, and is now taking a leading role in the media reform process of the country.

Dr Khieu Kanharith

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H.E Khieu KanharithDr. Khieu Kanharith is the Minister of Information of the Kingdom of Cambodia was appointed since 2004 to present. He was first elected to the National Assembly of Cambodia in 1981. In 1991, Prime Minister Hun Sen asked him to serve as an advisor on the Council of Ministers.

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