The tuktuk rides again on September 22, 2020.

We had to postpone our February dates because of the coronavirus, but the tuktuk is back in September!

Beta will be back in Chiang Mai on September 22-24, 2020.

Next steps (in case you were planning to be at Beta in September)

1. Travel The first thing to do is to cancel or amend your flight and hotel bookings for February.

2. Beta tickets Although we had a no-refund policy, please let us know if you’d like a refund and we’ll make it happen.

You also have the option of holding on to your ticket — it will still be valid for Beta in September. Alternatively, you could donate to someone who can’t afford it.

Either way, email us and we’ll sort something out.

Until then, stay safe, and thank you so much for your support.

— Alan Soon and Rishad Patel
Splice co-founders

Christoph Grabitz

Director Media Programme Asia Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

“Now dry your tears, stop repeating that 20-year-old, self-fulfilling prophecy of media as a dying industry and come celebrate the future of journalism in Asia. Here is why we at KAS love Splice Beta: It glows in the dark.”

Roby Alampay

Puma Podcast

“The atmosphere was perfect. Fun, open, and all discussions were relevant and completely relateable at our common level. It's not often that I can say that a conference has exceeded my expectations.”
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This is the golden age of media.

Let us show you what it looks like.

Kathryn Louise Geels

European Journalism Centre

“You could say #splicebeta is the ‘Perugia of the east’, but it’s its own thing - more fringe and more like a big family. Everyone has each other’s back, and each person on stage is the audience’s hero.”

Premesh Chandran

Co-Founder, Malaysiakini

“One of our lessons from the past two decades is the importance of pulling together a community of media professionals. I believe Splice Beta is one of the best ways to do that in Asia.”