NITV’s Tanya Denning to speak at ASTRA breakfast
Press release from Tsuki
The Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association (ASTRA) has announced that Tanya Denning, Director of Content for National Indigenous Television (NITV), will speak at the Women in TV Breakfast as part of the 2011 ASTRA Conference on 29th March.
Tanya will highlight the power of media in representing and raising awareness of issues like reconciliation, as well as discussing the important work of the Media Reconciliation Industry Network Group (Media RING), of which ASTRA is a member.
Tanya, a proud Birri woman originally from Central and Northern Queensland, has worked in the media industry for more than a decade in fields spanning from community broadcasting to Executive Television Production and Management, including online, TV and Radio production for ABC and SBS.
In her role as Director of Content at NITV, Tanya manages the distribution of all programs on the channel, which broadcasts 24-hours a day, seven days a week to more than eight million people across Australia.
She is responsible for NITV’s Broadcast Operations, Programming, Scheduling, Promotion, Publicity and all Digital Communications along with Acquisitions and Commissions.
Tanya’s remarks will precede an address looking at women and social media by keynote speaker, Johanna Blakley, Deputy Director of the Norman Lear Center – a US-based research and public policy institute exploring the convergence of entertainment, commerce, and society.