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CONVERGE Alice Springs 2019

CONVERGE Alice Springs 2019

First Nations Media Conference – CONVERGE, 27th – 29th November 2019

Broadcast Components are proud sponsors of the 2019 CONVERGE, First Nations Media conference in Alice Springs this year.

Running from the 27th through to the 29th of November, CONVERGE will be held at Mpartntwe. CONVERGE is co-hosted by Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) who will welcome delegates to Mparntwe/Alice Springs with a special event on Wednesday evening, 27th November.

Then, over two days at the DoubleTree, delegates will participate in professional development workshops, build collaborative relationships, determine policy direction for the future and hear from industry experts. The full program will be published soon.

CONVERGE Alice Springs culminates with the First Nations Media Awards on Friday 29th November, celebrating excellence across all areas of the First Nations media industry.

Buy tickets and discover more about the CONVERGE conference from the First Nations Media website here.

Pop by our stand to say hello and chat about how we can help you with your future projects and ideas.

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