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Phil Clark

Sport New Zealand (NZL)
New Zealand

Phil leads the communications team at Sport New Zealand and is the organisation's former media manager. He is responsible for the Sport New Zealand - Isentia study of gender balance in sports news coverage, and to support this undertakes extensive stakeholder engagement with media, sports and others to help drive positive change. Phil has worked in sport for 10 years and was previously PR & Media Manager NZ for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

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Sessions

  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    Gender Balance In NZ Sports Media
    Explore insights from a two-year study on gender balance in New Zealand’s sports media.

    The study involved analysis of 40,000 media stories a year (broadcast, print and online), which is around a third of New Zealand’s sports media coverage. This talk will include a case study of media coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2022.

    Session Title: Gender Balance in New Zealand Sport Media – Research and Advocacy

    In-person session
    4:15pm - 5:00pm
    Visibility and Voice

    The study involved analysis of 40,000 media stories a year (broadcast, print and online), which is around a third of New Zealand’s sports media coverage. This talk will include a case study of media coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2022.

    Session Title: Gender Balance in New Zealand Sport Media – Research and Advocacy

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Technology, Data & Innovation
    visibility & voice

    The study involved analysis of 40,000 media stories a year (broadcast, print and online), which is around a third of New Zealand’s sports media coverage. This talk will include a case study of media coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2022.

    Session Title: Gender Balance in New Zealand Sport Media – Research and Advocacy

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Technology, Data & Innovation

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