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Meet the Journalists - an exclusive lunch and learn webinar
Media-Wize is delighted to invite you to register for an insightful lunch and learn webinar featuring three of Australia’s senior business, technology and channel news editors.

This is your chance to hear directly from:

David Swan, Technology Editor, The Australian

Simon Sharwood, APAC Editor, The Register

Chris Player, Editor, CRN Australia

About what they look for in a story, how you can stand out and achieve coverage and crucially what you should and shouldn’t do when pitching and being interviewed.

Anthony Caruana, co-CEO and co-Founder of media training and tech PR consultancy, Media-Wize will host the session and facilitate insights into what topics are of interest to The Australian, The Register and CRN and how companies can best pitch for success.

This event is a key must attend for all CEOs, media spokespeople, marketing and communication teams from startup to fast growth, mid-size and enterprise level.

May 27, 2022 12:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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David Swan
Technology Editor @The Australian
David Swan, Technology Editor of The Australian, is one of the nation’s leading technology reporters and editors. As the technology editor for Australia's national broadsheet newspaper The Australian, he has a specific focus on startups, publicly listed companies and Silicon Valley. David also appears regularly as a tech expert on Sky News, Channel Ten's The Project, and on radio on Radio National's Drive program. He was awarded Australia's best technology industry journalist in 2017 and 2018 at the ACS IT Journalism awards, and was highly commended in 2018 at the Quill awards for best business feature writing. Previous roles have included chief technology reporter at independent IT news website iTWire, and was Deputy Editor of Technology Spectator. David graduated with honours from RMIT University in 2012 where he served on the University Council and was President of the Student Union.
Simon Sharwood
APAC Editor @The Register
Simon Sharwood is APAC editor of tech news website theregister.com. A 26-year tech journalism veteran, his byline has appeared in almost every Australian outlet that has put IT news to print. He was the founding editor of TechTarget ANZ, and of GovTech Review, and has served as Editorial Director of nextmedia's B2B titles and B2B publisher CommStrat. In 2019, Simon was awarded a lifetime achievement award for his contributions to IT journalism at the Consensus IT Writers Awards, and has won several other awards for his writing and podcasting.
Chris Player
Editor @CRN Australia
Chris Player is the editor of CRN Australia. CRN Australia is a central source of news and business insight for Australian technology companies, including IT resellers, systems integrators, managed service providers, solutions providers, cloud integrators, distributors and vendors. CRN is an internationally respected brand with a strong local focus on the issues that matter most to the Australian channel. Prior to taking the helm of CRN, Chris was a freelance journalist and senior journalist with IDG Australia. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree, Communications and Media Studies from Macquarie University.
Anthony Caruana
Host and Co-CEO.Co-Founder @Media-Wize
Host Anthony Caruana is the co-CEO and co-founder of media training and tech PR consultancy, Media-Wize. Anthony is a well-known writer, presenter, facilitator, journalist and consultant who has built a career thriving in today’s digitally driven 24-hour news cycle. For the past 15 years, Anthony has been a regular commentator on radio and TV, contributor to CSO Australia where he covers enterprise information security, Lifehacker IT Pro where he covers enterprise technology, and is the former editor of Macworld Australia and foundation editor of Technology Decisions. He is also an experienced technology professional – having worked as the lead IT executive in several businesses, he brings a unique insight to his reporting of enterprise IT.