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Aggregation Post #1: Your Standing on My 'Throat'

The Federal government has made amendments to the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979, which is now known as the dreaded, Metadata retention laws. 292 more words


Is Aggregation Killing Journalism?

“The media has changed. We now give broadcast licenses to philosophies instead of people. People get confused and think there is no difference between news and entertainment.” – Gary Ackerman… 336 more words


Is it all worth it?

“Usually, the worst we have to deal with is a police officer telling us we can’t cross this line or a subscriber angry enough about a story to cancel a subscription” – Robert Leger.  338 more words


When Breast Isn't Best.

Karl laughs at your Sexism.
Image Courtesy of The Sydney Morning Herald

The Today Show’s Karl Stefanovic is a well-known Australian media personality. You might remember that time he celebrated a little too hard at… 364 more words


Censorship In Journalism

Journalism comes in many forms but has the same aim: to bring attention to the stories and issues in society. Censorship impacts on storytelling. I talked to four aspiring journalists about how their chosen field could be impacted by this suppression of information. 560 more words


JRNL101: Sexism in Journalism Remains Undefeated

A brief look into journalism lectures across Australia shows that, predominantly, female students dominate the classes. Move into most newsrooms and the reality is vastly different… 330 more words


The Changing Landscape of Journalism

Technology has evolved, changing how we receive news and information as well as who can create it. In order to keep up with the transformation of journalism, legacy media will need to consider how their audience prefers to consume content and whether or not to evolve or become irrelevant. 362 more words