DNPA's second dialogue tomorrow: What India can learn from Canada's News Media Bargaining Code, 5

DNPA's second dialogue tomorrow: What India can learn from Canada's News Media Bargaining Code, 5 experts will discuss

DNPA's second dialogue tomorrow: What India can learn from Canada's News Media Bargaining Code, 5

The second dialogue of the Digital News Publishers Association (DNPA) will be held virtually on Friday to brainstorm ways to decode the publisher-platform relationship. It will include people associated with the Indian news publishing business along with leading experts from Canada and America. Hosted by DNPA, this dialogue will run from 6 pm to 9 pm.
The dialogue will be attended by experts Taylor Owen, Paul Deegan from Canada and Dr. Courtney Radesch from the US. Apart from these, Puneet Jain, CEO of Hindustan Times Digital and Avinash Pandey, CEO of ABP Network are also on the speaker list. The dialogue will discuss ways to improve the relationship between digital news publishers and big tech platforms.
Apart from this, it will also be discussed how Canada's News Media Bargaining Code can be a great lesson for the authorities and stakeholders in India. Canada's News Media Bargaining Code has attracted a lot of interest in other parts of the world. Canada's code is being touted as a game-changing variation of the code implemented in Australia last year.
This act of Canada ensures that Big Tech like Google and Facebook do the right sharing of revenue generated from the content of digital news media. It has also been reported that if the draft law of Canada, which was introduced to Parliament earlier this year as Bill C-18, goes into effect, the code could cover about one-third of Canada's newsroom costs. Could
Experts believe that Canada's proposed bill is a marked improvement over the Australian code as it brings in more transparency. Something that India's authorities and stakeholders would probably like to pay attention to. DNPA is an independent body based in New Delhi, representing the digital arms of 17 top news media businesses in India.

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