A versatile and highly experienced public speaker, otherwise known as a performance presenter, Dr Dunkley Gyimah bridges experience in traditional and innovative media across several genres, bolstered by creativity and a deep practical and theoretical knowledge.
- 2016 Vox News - India
- 2016 BFI Media Summit - Audience Research
- 2016 Hackathon. Institute of investigate journalism
- 2016 Southbank. Future of News
- 2016 IDocs, Bristol
- 2016, Juror for prestigious Royal Televisin Society Awards in Technololgy and Broadcast News.
- Speaker, Talk Journalism (India) (2015) Opening Presentation on mobile news innovation.
- Speaker at Google Tech Raking (2015) and organised MA student hackathon.
- Speaker at RTE’s Dublin (2015) 1st Mobile journalism conference.
- Speaker at Apple store (2015) in Cinema Journalism (3rd invitation).
- Speaker at local video landscape in the UK at Coventry University (2015) – by former head of BBC journalism College.
- Speaker at CUNY Re-inventing TV (2014). One of twenty five experts invited to present on television’s future by Guardian Columnist and Professor Jeff Jarvis.
- Speaker, Professionals Publishers Association’s (2014) Business Intelligence Summit Annual event.
- Speaker/ Panelist (2014) – BFI Media Schools summit, ‘Rethinking TV News’.
- Speaker, International Documentary Festival (2014) (Falmouth) ‘Cine-journalism’
- Speaker, International Journalism Festival, Perugia (2014) ‘New Narratives’.
- National Union of Journalism, Norway
- Panelist, NewsXchange (2013) ‘Alternative Broadcasting’.
- Others include: Panelist, Sheffield Doc Festival; Speaker, Egypt, Cairo Media Develoment in 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009Speaker, BBC Worldwide Leadership Forum (2012) ‘Innovative Story forms’.World Association of Newspapers (Sweden); SXSW (Austin,Texas), Argus newspaper group; WeMedia (Miami);
Journalism conference (Norway/ Denmark); University Westminster delegation to China; Online News Association (New York); Flash on the Beach ( Brighton); Knock, Knock, Norway;
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