Experts on New Zealand media James Russell, Rod Oram, Nevil Gibson and Bernard Hickey go in-depth into the media landscape talking about how your business and sustainability team need to engage, stay connected and tell your story.
Find out about sustainability and the media in these four videos from our 2015 conference: Project NZ: Telling Good Stories.
James Russell, Editor, Element Magazine
James was founding editor at New Zealand’s largest sustainable business and lifestyle magazine Element, which arrived monthly in the pages of The New Zealand Herald until recently. Element has successfully told countless sustainability success stories over the past four and a half years and its recent closure will leave a huge gap. We wish James all the best for his next endeavours.
Rod Oram, Journalist
With more than 40 years’ experience as an international business journalist, Rod has worked for various publications in Europe and North America including the Financial Times of London. A current columnist for the Sunday Star Times, Rod’s also a regular broadcaster on radio and television.
Nevil Gibson, Editor-at-Large, The National Business Review
A professional journalist since 1968, Nevil became editor of The National Business Review in 1989. He is the chairman of the advisory board of the NZ Catholic fortnightly newspaper and has been a judge on numerous business awards past and present.
Bernard Hickey, Publisher, Hive News
An independent financial and economic commentator Bernard has over 25 years’ experience as a journalist, editor and publisher for Reuters, Fairfax Media and Interest.co.nz.