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Please note: You can scroll down to see what you can expect from a workshop.
UPDATE: The 5 - 10 minute speaking slots for experts and industry insiders have now been filled for Wellington, but you will still have ample opportunity to express your views in the workshop.
To see the notes from the workshops in real-time, please click here.
DATES, TIMES AND VENUES
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Sunday 19th February 11am - 2pm
Meow Cafe and Bar, 9 Edward St
Sunday 26th February 12.30pm - 3.30pm
Dunningham Suite, 4th Floor, Dunedin City Library, 230 Moray Place
Sunday 5th March 11am - 2pm
Papamoa Community Centre, Papamoa Library, 15 Gravatt Rd
Sunday 12th March 11am - 2pm
XCHC Exchange, 376 Wilsons Rd
Sunday 19th March 11am - 2pm
NMIT, G104 Auditorium, 322 Hardy St
Sunday 26th March 1pm - 4pm
Mt Eden Normal Primary School Hall, Cnr Valley and Sherbourne Roads, Mt Eden
What to expect at a workshop
The workshops will run for three hours. You are welcome to attend for the final two hours if you can't make all three, but we encourage you to stay for the whole time if you can.
Here is an outline of how the event will run:
Intro – 10 minutes
Each meeting starts with welcome from the Facilitator who introduces the format, the panelists and other guests.
Experts - 60 minutes of five to ten minute speaking slots
Spoken submissions from pre-organised and invited experts. Opportunity for questions from workshop participants.
[Short tea and coffee break]
Workshop – 90 minutes
Modelled on the Collaboration Cafe, four to eight tables are arranged around the space, each with a different question around how we can improve public broadcasting and media. Participants move around the tables to have discussions and brainstorm their thoughts.
Wrap up – 15 minutes
Panelists give a wrap up. Thank you's and goodbyes.