Final speakers announced for Women in Television breakfast

Industry event in Sydney next Wednesday is almost sold-out.

The Women in Television breakfast event is almost sold out for next Wednesday 26 September at Doltone House in Sydney.

Susie Porter is keynote speaker, with the panel to feature and Asher Keddie, Seven Network Head of Drama Julie McGauran and Foxtel Chief Commercial Officer Amanda Laing, Pose star Indya Moore and SKY News’ Jacinta Tynan as MC.

With a remarkable list of acting credits including Wentworth, Love my Way, Puberty Blues and upcoming feature Ladies in Black, Susie Porter will take to the stage in the multi-award winning actresses’ first keynote speaking appearance.

Joining the panel is the TV Week Gold Logie and multi-award winning actress Asher Keddie, best known and loved for her role as Nina in Offspring, plus multiple credits including Love My Way, Underbelly Blue Heelers and her portrayal of Ita Buttrose in Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo.

Currently in Australia to highlight her role on Ryan Murphy’s groundbreaking dance musical series Pose on Foxtel’s showcase, international transgender actor, model and activist who has appeared in Vogue and GQ, Indya Moore will also join the panel discussion.

Highly respected media executives Julie McGauran Head of Drama for the Seven Network and Amanda Laing Foxtel Chief Commercial Officer will also take to the stage for the panel discussion to share wisdom from throughout their successful careers.

Sky News Presenter, Journalist and Author Jacinta Tynan will take to the stage as MC for the event, also sharing inspiration as one of Australia’s most experienced reporters and Sunday Life Columnist where she is respected as a commentator for her generation.

Hear from some of the most inspiring women working in television and learn how they achieved success at Australia’s biggest event for women in media in Australia. Now in its 16th year, the Women in Television Breakfast attracts over 700 individuals working in the industry.

Tix are available here.

One Response

  1. Congratulations and good luck with your event.
    Women know how to celebrate and share their success with colleagues. Men have got no idea!
    During my short career, I have never heard of a men in media event, or anything that resembles your event.
    Bravo and power to you all.

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