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Thursday, November 16 • 11:15 - 12:30
Investigative Radio

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Despite the tech revolution, radio remains one of the world's most popular and far-reaching media, particularly in developing countries. How are producers adapting audio news to do in-depth, investigative stories for radio and podcast? We will look at three examples from three countries: an award-winning radio journalist from Ghana; the director of digital media for the Center for Investigative Reporting's Reveal in the U.S.; and the chief editor of Indonesia's top radio network KBR.  


Moderators
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Katy Katopodis

Editor-In-Chief, Eyewitness News
Katy’s first job in broadcasting was with a community radio station and the radio bug bit immediately. Since then, she’s broken a number of major national and international news stories, was appointed the youngest ever News Editor at 702 in 2001 and was made editor-in-chief across... Read More →

Speakers
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Stephen Nartey

Investigative Journalist, Joy News
I’m Stephen Nartey. A multiple award-winning investigative journalist from Ghana. My undercover name is Kwetey Nartey. I have infiltrated the ranks of rebels, exposed a human trafficking syndicate and high profile corrupt cases leading to the resignation of top government officials... Read More →
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Citra Prastuti

Editor in Chief, KBR
Citra Dyah Prastuti is the Chief Editor of KBR. KBR is Indonesia’s first independent and largest radio news agency, providing news for 300 radio stations across 34 provinces since 1999. In 2018, KBR expanded its wings to podcast with KBR Prime, and now has produced a total of 50... Read More →
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Susanne Reber

Executive Editor Reveal, The Center for Investigative Reporting
Susanne Reber is the executive editor of Reveal, a nationally broadcast US public radio show, and the co-founder of the Peabody Award-winning radio program and podcast. Prior to joining The Center for Investigative Reporting as a senior editor in 2012, Reber formed and led NPR's first... Read More →


Thursday November 16, 2017 11:15 - 12:30 PST
Wits Science Stadium - 1st Floor, Room 104 West Campus, Torrance St, Johannesburg,