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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Kristie Lu Stout to Moderate WMN Panel

Kristie Lu Stout CNN International

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout will moderate a panel next month at the CASBAA Convention 200- in Hong Kong.

Women Media Networks (WMN) is a new not-for-profit media organization that is creating a regional network to empower women and help them realize their full potential. WMN will launch in the Asia-Pacific region with a breakfast event on Tuesday 3rd November at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Hong Kong. The event, held in conjunction with CASBAA Convention 2009, features a line-up of Asia’s most prominent media business leaders.


The opening event panel, moderated by CNN’s Kristie Lu Stout, includes:

  • Christine Fellowes, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Comcast International Media Group (CIMG),
  • Michelle Guthrie, Senior Advisor, Providence Equity Asia Limited
  • Aliza Knox, Head of Online Sales and Operations, Google Asia Pacific
  • May Lee, Lotus Media House, Founder and Chief Executive Officer
  • Rohana Rohzan, Chief Executive Officer, Astro
  • Laura Wendt, Vice President and Managing Director of Walt Disney Television International (Southeast Asia).


For more information about joining WMN and attending the WMN Breakfast visit the website at

Source: Asia Media Journal and via twitter/klustout

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It is really a shame that Americans can't
see more of the international team on CNN
domestic. Even Ted Turner is say CNN needs
less talk and opinion and more news.

The interview will be on Bloomberg tomorrow.
Turner also says there needs to be more news
from China.I think that is the problem when it
comes to ratings for CNN too Much talk and
useless information that is all to often wrong.
Give us some news and no more of Rick
Sanchez. He really annoyed me and my
colleagues at work today during the news
about the boy and the floating balloon.
He does not belong on CNN.