Chennai: The South India Media Summit 2018 has attained significance with the participation of Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit in the inaugural session of the Summit. Being a Media Owner with more than 40 years of association with the Media World and Journalism makes Banwarilal an excellent choice to inaugurate the event.
He will be lighting up the holy lamp and delivering a Key note speech on the state of affairs of Media in India. Purohit gained ownership of the Nagpur based daily Newspaper ‘The Hitavada’ from Servants of India Society in 1979. Gopal Krishna Gokhale launched the newspaper in 1911 and Purohit is its current Managing Director.
Fourth Dimension Media announces South India Media Summit 2018, the first of its kind in India. With the exceptional line-up of speakers and topics, this summit would most definitely be a unique and enriching experience for the audience.
The summit would cover topics such as changes in regional media, how regional strategies of brands has helped make a headway with the larger national brands, how understanding the pulse of people and developing content that relates to the pulse still makes regional media a powerful tool and how the media industry faces a vacuum in attracting new talent etc in order to give a deeper understanding of South India.
As there is a void with respect to a knowledge session that addresses South India in particular, South India Media Summit aims to throw light on the different behavioural trends in south and help establish a platform to bring this differentiation out to the media world so that the world gets to know South India better.
This edition of South India Media Summit is scheduled to happen on 27th April 2018, at Taj Coromandel Chennai between 10:00 am and 06:00 pm. The summit is to be inaugurated by Hon’ble Shri Banwarilal Purohit, Governor of Tamil Nadu.
Aspiring participants can write to Sathyalakshmi@fourdm.com for registration.
Going forward, this property is likely to go Pan India in order to create a platform to evangelize south & south media industry in particular.