Tags » Journalism Education

Kathputli Colony has love affair with blue

By Kate Nutting:
The Kathputli Colony in New Delhi is a unique place, full of colour and incredible people. 
The Colony houses approximately 40,000 people, and is known for its sprawling population of street artists.  290 more words


JNU profiles art that's political

By Emma Natty:
Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi is well known to the locals as a campus with a strong political presence. This is evident as you walk through the grounds and view the stunning political art pieces that decorate the site. 237 more words


Destination New Delhi

By Bridget Wood:

Aspiring foreign correspondents from The University of Queensland are reporting from New Delhi as part of a program that Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Høj  322 more words


Audio Interviews - Music, Teachers, Athletes, Barristas, Sports, and More

by Marsha Little Matthews

The students in MCOM 2313.001 Introduction to Multimedia Production recently completed their first production project. They conducted an audio interview that required the use of natural sound and tells a story using the interviewee’s words for the majority of the story. 590 more words

Blog Post

A reflection on the 'Media Wars' 20 years on

By MARK PEARSON Follow @Journlaw

It has been 20 years since the start of the so-called ‘Media Wars’ – the spat between cultural studies and journalism educators triggered by the provocative (and likely tongue-in-cheek) proclamation by cultural studies academic John Hartley that journalism research was a ‘ 263 more words

Want to Become a Journalist?

Journalism is a field that has always attracted the youth. A career in journalism is one of the prestigious careers that you can opt for and a profession worth taking. 287 more words

Journalism Colleges

Journalism and Ethics

There are very few professions that can directly contribute in making this world a happier place. Personally, I feel that doctors clearly score the top spot. 305 more words

Journalism Education