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Friday, August 25 • 12:10 - 13:00
Turn your story into a killer podcast (Brisbane)

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From true crime and investigation to narrative and lifestyle, our panel of audio storytellers talk planning, research, writing, production and distribution.

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Kellie Riordan

Manager, ABC Audio Studios, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Kellie Riordan is the Manager of ABC Audio Studios, a podcast production house responsible for some of Australia’s most popular podcasts including Conversations, Short & Curly, The Real Thing, Earshot, and Motormouth. Kellie has previously been a trainer and leader for several ABC Radio teams, specialising in both talent development and editorial standards. Kellie was a visiting fellow at the Reuters Institute for Journalism at Oxford University in 2014, where she published a widely-regarded paper on editorial standards in the digital age. The paper was featured by Nieman Lab (Harvard), BBC 4, the Guardian, Al Jazeera, and ABC Radio National. Kellie began her career as a journalist with ABC News Online in 1997 before becoming a radio reporter with ABC News. In 1999, she was short-listed for the prestigious Andrew Olle scholarship for young Australian journalists... Read More →

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Elly Bradfield

Lead reporter, ABC News Toowoomba
Elly Bradfield is the Lead Reporter for ABC News in Toowoomba. Elly is most at home on the road with her recorder or camera where she can tell the stories of people in the bush. She has been sharing those stories at the ABC since 2011, where she has worked as a program producer and presenter in Brisbane, Mt Isa and Rockhampton. This year Elly has also worked for Radio National's Earshot in Sydney... Read More →
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Claire Christian

Writer, blogger and podcaster
Claire Christian is a storyteller: a writer, blogger, podcaster (Ask Pew!Pew!), youth arts facilitator and theatre maker. Her debut novel Beautiful Mess won the 2016 Text Publishing Text Prize. Her plays Talking to Brick Walls, Hedonism’s Second Album and The Landmine is Me are available through Playlab. Claire has travelled to far off distant lands and won awards with fancy words in the title like... Read More →
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Kristofor Lawson

Co-host, Moonshot
Kristofor Lawson is an innovative journalist, digital editor, video producer, and co-host of Moonshot – a podcast exploring seemingly crazy technology ideas and the people trying to make them happen. He recently founded Lawson Media to experiment with new media ideas and is passionate about driving innovation in journalism. He has been awarded two innovation grants from the Walkley Foundation to produce Moonshot, and also to build a podcast recommendation engine. Kristofor was previously the video lead for the... Read More →
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Amy McQuire

Indigenous affairs reporter / co-host, BuzzFeed Australia / Curtain podcast
Amy McQuire is a Darumbal and South Sea Islander journalist from Rockhampton, Central Queensland. She is currently Buzzfeed Australia's Indigenous affairs reporter. She has more than 10 years experience in Aboriginal journalism and previously has worked at the National Indigenous... Read More →

Friday August 25, 2017 12:10 - 13:00
Brisbane Powerhouse Terrace 119 Lamington St, New Farm QLD 4005, Australia