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India’s leading international news network WION and Carnegie India are pleased to announce a broadcast partnership for the World Technology Summit 2022.

The Global Technology Summit is Carnegie India’s annual flagship event, co-hosted with the Government of India’s Ministry of External Affairs. It is also supported by the government of Karnataka.

As broadcast partner, WION will cover crucial discussions on geopolitics and technology policy throughout the three-day event.

“At WION, we have always believed that media and technology are force multipliers, and the partnership with Carnegie India is a natural extension of our network’s efforts as a thought leader to drive dialogue and debate so that the world is struggling to find solutions,” said Madhu Soman, Chief Commercial Officer of WION.

Vikram Chandra, Founder of Editorji Technologies, will moderate a discussion on behalf of WION, on “Local Content: Instrument of India’s Soft Power on a Global Scale” on December 1, 2022.

This collaboration comes against the backdrop of India taking over the G-20 presidency this year.

Chandra said, “We have seen the most dramatic global transformation through technology. It is great to see India now at the forefront of many changes. This should now include an effort to combine content and technology to effectively project soft power.

“We are delighted to partner with WION for the 7th edition of the Global Technology Summit. This partnership will expand the reach of critical technology policy conversations to a global audience,” said Shruti Sharma, lead organizer of the Global Technology Summit.

The Global Technology Summit 2022 will be held from November 29 to December 01, 2022, in a hybrid way. More information is available at GTS2022.com.

WION will be streaming the best of the Global Technology Summit throughout the event across all of its digital and linear platforms.

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