During the discussion, the Australian Financial Review’s Michael Stutchbury clashes with Guardian Australia’s Ian McClelland over the issue of taxpayer’s dollars being spent on the ABC’s social media marketing budget as the panel explores how modern journalism can be funded.
McClelland has run The Guardian Australia since its launch four years ago and previously worked with Fremantle Media and RTL Group, while Stutchbury is the editor-in-chief of the AFR and formerly The Australian’s economics editor.
Also taking part in the debate is publishing veteran Marina Go, a current member of the Walkley Foundation’s advisory board and a former GM of Hearst-Bauer Media and CEO of Crikey’s parent company Private Media. To the right sits Jamie Angus, the Deputy Director of BBC World Service Group and the editorial director of BBC Global News.
Someone sadly missing from the panel was the New York Times’ new Australian bureau chief Damien Cave – something the session’s
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