Olympic Beat Reporters Visit ART Newsmaker Breakfast, May 24
You've seen their by-lines – now's your chance to hear what some of the world's leading Olympic beat reporters think about major events involving the Olympics, such as the short list for the 2020 Games and possible new sports for the Olympics.
Stephen Wilson of the AP, Hiroki Shoda of Kyodo News, and Sven Busch of DPA will join ATR editor Ed Hula Wednesday, May 24, at SportAccord in Quebec City.
"We've had IOC members, federation leaders and heads of organizing committees for past ATR Newsmaker events. For the first time we have three of the leading Olympic beat journalists in the world," Hula said.
"Our panel represents the U.S., Japan, and Germany, giving a true global perspective to the discussion." The panel will also take questions from the audience so delegates are encouraged to come prepared.
The Newsmaker Breakfast is part of the official program at SportAccord Convention, now marking its 10th year. SportAccord Convention is the world's premier annual event, focused on driving positive change internationally, and dedicated to engaging rights holders, organizing committees, cities, businesses and other organizations in the development of sport.
The event takes place Thursday 24th May, with coffee, pastries and networking at 7:30, the program from 8:00 to 8:50, all at Québec City Convention Centre, Level 2, Room 200A – follow the signage. Availability is limited so email Sheila@AroundTheRings.com to reserve your place.
For more than 15 years, Newsmaker Breakfasts have brought together leading figures in the Olympic Movement, media, sports marketers, sponsors and others for a chance to network and discuss issues facing the Games. Breakfasts have been hosted in Acapulco, Atlanta, Beijing, Chicago, Copenhagen, London, Moscow, New York, Salt Lake City, Sydney and Vancouver.