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Media and Entertainment, and its education post COVID-19: Educators’ round table on June 6

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A key point of discussion includes how education in these professional fields could change post COVID-19.

Our Bureau   |   Calcutta   |   Published 03.06.20, 06:47 AM

The spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people consume media and entertainment and like the rest of the economy, this sector is also witnessing a significant disruption of business.

While the long-term implications are yet to emerge, questions on how this industry will adapt to the new consumption pattern in the short-term have already popped up. There are questions on how the teaching-learning pattern in Media Schools needs to change post COVID-19. And, what will be the future of offline events?

Clearly, there are questions galore. To seek these answers for you, ABP Education brings to you a Media Educators’ round-table, via a Live Webinar on June 6. Register here for free.

Meet the Media Educators in this Round Table:

Prof. Ujjwal K Chowdhury, Dean School of Media, Communication & Fashion - Adamas University: Prof. Chowdhury will be speaking on “Media Convergence”.

Prof. Samir Mukherjee, Head, Dept. of Emerging Technology & VR/AR/MR/XR, MAKAUT: Prof. Mukherjee will share his insights on “Emerging Technologies in Media”.

Dr Anjan Bera, Professor, Dept. of Journalism & Mass communication, Calcutta University: Dr Bera will share his insights on “Right to Information”.

Dr. Biplob Loha Chowdhury, Professor & In-Charge Centre for Journalism & Mass Communication, Visva-Bharati University:

Dr. Uma Shankar Pandey, Head of Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Surendranath College for Women: Dr Pandey will be speaking on “Data Journalism”.

Dr. Ankuran Dutta, Head of Department of Communication and Journalism, Gauhati University: Dr Dutta’s topic of discussion will be “Infodemic: Fake News”.

Prof. Rajesh Sisodia, Deputy Director of Amity School of Communication: Prof. Sisodia will be speaking on “Broadcast Media”.

Prof. Minal Pareekh, Head, School of Media Communications Arts & Design, SNU: Prof. Pareekh will be speaking on “Fake News Menace”.

Dr. Mohammed Firoz, Director, NSHM School of Media and Communication: Dr Firoz will be speaking on “Post Lockdown Media Education”.

Dr. (Prof.) Madhupa Bakshi, Dean, Dept. of Media Science, The Heritage Academy, Kolkata: Dr Bakshi’s topic of discussion will be “The money heist of the day is content”.

Prof. Ghazala Yasmin, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Journalism and Mass Communication, Aliah University: Prof. Yasmin will throw her insight on “Women and Media”.

Dr. Manali Bhattacharya, Professor in charge, Mass Communication Department, St. Xavier's university: Dr. Bhattacharya will be speaking on “Teaching communication through online platforms: a new challenge”.

Amaresh Singh, Co-Founder of National Academy of Media and Events: Singh will be speaking on “Event Management”.

Dr Gyanranjan Mishra, Programme Coordinator, Birla School of Communication, Birla Global University, Bhubaneswar:

Prof. Tapas Roy, Head of Department, Future Media School (Future School of Engineering and Management):

Meet the Moderator of the Media Educators’ Round Table:

Prof. K G Suresh, Dean School of Modern Media, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun will moderate this ABP Education Webinar.

Don’t miss the date and time: June 6, 3 PM. Register here for free 

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