When Tuesday, November 3, 2015
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM - Breakfast and Registration
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM - Presentations 
Where Hyatt Regency Vancouver
Grouse Room, 34th Floor
655 Burrard St
Vancouver, BC V6C 2R7, Canada

About the Event:

In the new online media landscape, both journalists and PR practitioners are working harder to compete for audience attention. The pressure is on to create a high volume of quality content that gets shared on social platforms.

On November 3, join CNW for the next installment of the award-winning Breakfast with the Media series. Our panel of speakers, drawn from within Canada’s online business media, will share insight into how they work, the pressure for hits and how PR people can adjust their strategies to work better together.

Designed for the savvy professional looking to take their tactics to the next level, PR pros will leave this lively and informative discussion with a better understanding of how to best work with online and digital journalists.

Please note: this is a free event.







CNW Breakfast with the Media:The Business of Online News

Presenters:

Tamara Baluja



Tamara Baluja
Social Media Presenter
CBC British Columbia




Tamara Baluja is the social media editor at CBC British Columbia. She previously worked as the associate editor of J-Source in Toronto and as a national reporter for The Globe and Mail in Toronto and Ottawa. She won the Greg Clark Award from the Canadian Journalism Foundation in 2012.



Farhan Mohamed



Farhan Mohamed
Editor-in-Chief & Partner
Vancity Buzz





Farhan Mohamed is the Editor-in-Chief and a partner of Vancity Buzz, and was brought on during the publication’s grassroots stage in 2012, controlling day-to-day operations of the company and creating content. Today, he leads the Editorial arm, which has skyrocketed readership by over 15 times since he began to over 7.5 million views per month.


Andree Lau



Andree Lau
Senior News Editor, Western Canada
The Huffington Post




Andree Lau is the senior news editor of Western Canada at The Huffington Post. She previously worked for CBC News from 1999-2012 as a TV reporter, online journalist, and videographer in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, and New Brunswick.

A multiple Atlantic Journalism Awards nominee, she's won an Alberta Film and Television Award as well as a New York Festivals certificate for "A New Normal," a documentary on a wounded Canadian solder.

A Vancouver native, she is a graduate of the journalism program at Carleton University in Ottawa.