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I’m an experienced public speaker, moderator and panel member.

My last gig was speaking on a panel at Radio Audio Week, London, in mid-May.

Here’s what I’ve learned from being an in-demand public speaker

My audio work

My video work

@SuchandrikaCLinkedIn | suchandrika@gmail.com 

Moderating the ‘Alexa, how can we monetise content on smart speakers?’ panel at Journalism.co.uk’s news:rewired conference, Reuters, London, March 2019
L-R: Me (moderating intently); Nic Newman, senior research associate, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism; Peter Stewart, author and journalist; Chris Stone, Executive Producer, Video & Audio, Evening Standard; Susie Coleman, software development executive, Guardian Voice Labs.

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Moderating the ‘Best practices for fighting disinformation: what’s hot and what’s not?’ panel at Journalism.co.uk’s news:rewired conference, Reuters, London, November 2018

L-R: Me (moderating intently); Tom Phillips, editor, Full Fact; Alistair Baker Coleman, disinformation analyst, BBC Monitoring; Aoife Gallagher, intelligence strategist, Storyful; Fergus Bell, founder, Pop-Up Newsroom

Talking about my first podcast, Black Mirror Cracked, at the Next Radio Conference, The Royal Institution of Britain, London, September 2018



(Video here)

@SuchandrikaCLinkedIn | suchandrika@gmail.com 

Speaking on the Spotify podcast panel at the KDD conference at the ExCel Centre in London, August 2018

(L-R): Julie Riederer, Senior User Researcher, Spotify; Me (hydrating intently); Lauren Hutchinson, BBC reporter; Nastaran Tavakoli-Far, BBC radio reporter and host of The Gender Knot podcast

Telling the audience how to launch a podcast at Journalism.co.uk’s news:rewired conference at Reuters in London, July 2018


(Video and audio available too)

Speaking on ‘A woman’s place is in the studio’ panel at the National Student Radio conference in East Anglia, April 2018

(L-R): Jocelin Stainer, Head of Production. BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, Asian Network; Me (listening intently); Christie Driver-Snell, Music Editor at Spotify and Jaguar Bingham, DJ for BBC Radio 1 / 1Xtra

Speaking on ‘How to attract journalists from all walks of life’ panel at the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund event, October 2017

Jacqueline Simmons, executive editor at Bloomberg,(L-R): Me (making a point intently, I hope); Elizabeth Pears, news editor, BuzzFeed UK; Jacqueline Simmons, executive editor at Bloomberg

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