The KAS Media Programme Asia team was excited to host the 2nd Mobile Journalism (MOJO) Asia Conference in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, following our success in Bangkok, Thailand in 2019.
However, after closely monitoring the local and regional Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) situation and observing advisories issued by local health authorities, especially the Ministry of Health Singapore (MOH), where most of the organising team is based out from, we have decided to make MOJO Asia Conference a fully virtual experience instead.
The MOJO Asia Virtual Conference 2020 will still take place on 26 and 27 June 2020 with virtual fringe events leading up to the online interactive sessions planned out for you.
The COVID-19 situation has escalated and spread to most countries and territories around the world. In its efforts to contain and minimise the further spread of Covid-19, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung has made the decision to take our MOJO Asia Conference fully online.
This will be the first virtual event for the only community platform for mobile journalists across Asia.
The 2019 in-person edition gathered more than 256 delegates from 31 countries with 25 speakers from around the world.
While the world remains shaken and confined due to the unprecedented global pandemic, we believe this time presents like no other to gather together, share innovative ideas around capitalising on the power of MOJO and strengthen our connections to one another, sharing inspiring stories and best practices that we can all learn from.
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Delegates have the ability to view, edit or delete your personal information online, any time. Simply log-in and edit profile. Please adhere to our code-of-conduct. Any reports of harassment will result in strict action by the organisers.
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The MOJO Asia Conference is targeted at newsroom innovators, leading broadcasters and practitioners who embody the word “mobile” in mobile journalism. The Conference aims to highlight agile, adaptive and innovative trends in the industry and how to maintain and build your portfolio despite the challenging times we are in.
The Virtual Conference will be no different. The 2-day conference offers parallel sessions of thought leadership through visual, audio and written formats with experts and community leaders well-versed in adapting MOJO for the Asian markets.
All sessions will be recorded, so that you can access them conveniently at any time of the day during the conference and after (for a short period of time) with your individual log-in account. Content will however not be downloadable but you may feel free to approach experts via contact information offered in their speaker profiles.
Networking is key for MOJO Asia Conference: every individual is requested to sign up for a personalised account to meet other like-minded professionals from different markets and media companies to connect, collaborate and build strategic partnerships, particularly during this time of social isolation. Sign up now to learn more about this special networking feature.
Each day is a deep dive into top concerns for practitioners and how to navigate with keynotes, hands-on workshops by industry experts, best practice/experience sharing through AMAs and masterclasses; all with a keen eye on the evolving business landscape and how to cope. Virtual sessions are tailored for diverse audiences from freelancers to editor-in-chief to corporates invested in responsible news reporting and/or business innovation. We have a special segment on Epidemic Coverage where we promote effective solutions-based journalistic practices that can help one work remotely and more collaboratively with stakeholders/newsrooms.
Please check the Agenda page for the latest updates.
More details on how to access the sessions will be sent to the email address officially registered for the virtual conference in the lead up to the event.
The live sessions in the agenda are planned to cater to a global audience from across various time zones. If you are unable to attend any of the live sessions, they will be recorded for playback at a later time.
Yes. After June 27 2020, all sessions will be available for replay.
We will have the content available for several weeks; at this time we do not have a specific end date.
Yes, registration will be required to participate. It's a simple process and complimentary.
The MOJO Asia 2020 Virtual Conference is optimally experienced on desktop and so we will not be activating the conference mobile app this time round.
Yes, but the experience will not be optimal. We highly recommend viewing from a desktop or laptop instead.
In support of the community in these challenging times, the MOJO Asia Virtual Conference will be free admission for all. Please make sure to sign up and subscribe for updates to see how you can engage further, in the lead up to the conference.
Anyone who is interested in working/works in the media industry with an interest in mobile technology, smartphone reporting, agile methods in news coverage.
All content will also be offered in audio, visual and written formats to the best of our abilities. English will be the main language for the conference and should a community member wish to translate certain content to a local Asian language, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].
Please note each delegate should sign up individually to customise their own profiles. Feel free to share the website link with your networks to encourage individual sign ups.
Delegates get access to live and recorded sessions, exclusive content, as well as networking opportunities.
Once you have registered, the email address registered under your name will be notified of your successful registration. Please look out for it in the email.
To connect with fellow delegates during the Virtual Conference, do make sure to set up your own profile. Further details on how to network will be sent about two weeks before the event.
Yes you are able to. That said, this may also mean that with the limited functionalities, you are likely to have a less-than-optimal experience and may not connect effectively with fellow delegates/speakers/exhibitors.
In accordance with the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act, we will not be able to pass on anybody’s contact details or messages without permission. The best way to contact our guest speakers or any of the delegates is through our Speakers’ Page on the virtual conference website.
Speaking and moderating slots are open. Please refer to the Agenda Page for list of topics and send us your interest to [email protected] with the subject title: Speaker/Moderator Interest. Please be sure to provide social links to learn more of your expertise and contact information.
For sponsorship inquiries, please write to us at [email protected]
Partner with MOJO Conference Asia to reach the right audience for your product/services and create value for communities where your innovation offers affordable solutions to problems that matter and help mobilise the right resources for responsible, hands-on, agile reporting.
To become a sponsor and for more information, please contact us at [email protected] and we will attend to you as soon as possible.