Meet Up with the pioneering Margo Kingston in Canberra

Please join us for a Public Interest Journalism Foundation Meet Up with one of the country’s leading proponents of citizen journalism, Margo Kingston, in Canberra on May 8. Margo is a pioneer in the space where journalism meets the digital

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Meet Up with the pioneering Margo Kingston in Canberra

Please join us for a Public Interest Journalism Foundation Meet Up with one of the country’s leading proponents of citizen journalism, Margo Kingston, in Canberra on May 8. Margo is a pioneer in the space where journalism meets the digital

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Launched – a Pozible campaign to support investigations of the health impacts of policy decisions

A GP who wants to investigate the impacts of government policies upon the health of patients and the wider community has launched the first fundraising campaign via the Public Interest Journalism Foundation’s channel on Pozible. Dr Tim Senior, a GP

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Launched – a Pozible campaign to support investigations of the health impacts of policy decisions

A GP who wants to investigate the impacts of government policies upon the health of patients and the wider community has launched the first fundraising campaign via the Public Interest Journalism Foundation’s channel on Pozible. Dr Tim Senior, a GP

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Report on Sydney Meet-Up and a powerful intervention into debate: @IndigenousX

(This post was updated with more comments on 10 April). The power of rotated, curated Twitter accounts to develop new forms of public debate and communication was highlighted during a Public Interest Journalism Foundation Meet Up in Sydney, profiling the

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Report on Sydney Meet-Up and a powerful intervention into debate: @IndigenousX

(This post was updated with more comments on 10 April). The power of rotated, curated Twitter accounts to develop new forms of public debate and communication was highlighted during a Public Interest Journalism Foundation Meet Up in Sydney, profiling the

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Reporting from the Melbourne Meet Up with a focus on The Australia Times

The Public Interest Journalism Foundation’s recent Meet Up in Melbourne brought together about 20 people for informal discussions about journalism futures, including Kelly Sargent, Chief of Staff of The Australia Times. In the article below, Kelly gives an overview of

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Reporting from the Melbourne Meet Up with a focus on The Australia Times

The Public Interest Journalism Foundation’s recent Meet Up in Melbourne brought together about 20 people for informal discussions about journalism futures, including Kelly Sargent, Chief of Staff of The Australia Times. In the article below, Kelly gives an overview of

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Sydney Meet Up: Profiling the success of @IndigenousX

The achievements of the @IndigenousX Twitter account will be profiled at a forthcoming Public Interest Journalism Foundation Meet-Up in Sydney. The event will be held from 6pm on Friday, March 14, at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence in Redfern

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Sydney Meet Up: Profiling the success of @IndigenousX

The achievements of the @IndigenousX Twitter account will be profiled at a forthcoming Public Interest Journalism Foundation Meet-Up in Sydney. The event will be held from 6pm on Friday, March 14, at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence in Redfern

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Join us for a Meet up in Melbourne: Thursday, 27 February

The Public Interest Journalism Foundation is holding a Meet Up in Melbourne on Thursday, 27 February, from 6.30pm, at Madame Brussels, Level 3, 59-63 Bourke St (in The Parlour room). This is an informal gathering for those interested in chatting

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Join us for a Meet up in Melbourne: Thursday, 27 February

The Public Interest Journalism Foundation is holding a Meet Up in Melbourne on Thursday, 27 February, from 6.30pm, at Madame Brussels, Level 3, 59-63 Bourke St (in The Parlour room). This is an informal gathering for those interested in chatting

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Profiling developments in public interest journalism

This post links you into some noteworthy developments in public interest journalism, locally and internationally. The Marshall Project Bill Keller is leaving behind a career of 30 years at The New York Times to run a new not-for-profit news organisation

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Profiling developments in public interest journalism

This post links you into some noteworthy developments in public interest journalism, locally and internationally. The Marshall Project Bill Keller is leaving behind a career of 30 years at The New York Times to run a new not-for-profit news organisation

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“We’ll do one particular thing well, and that thing is long-form journalism”

While the start of 2014 has brought bad news for The Global Mail, raising wider questions about the future of philanthropic funding for journalism (as analysed in Crikey by Margaret Simons), it also brings the launch of a new venture

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“We’ll do one particular thing well, and that thing is long-form journalism”

While the start of 2014 has brought bad news for The Global Mail, raising wider questions about the future of philanthropic funding for journalism (as analysed in Crikey by Margaret Simons), it also brings the launch of a new venture

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Some lessons from medicine for journalism futures

“The rise of the reader: journalism in the age of the open web” was the title of a recent lecture by Katharine Viner, deputy editor of the Guardian and editor-in-chief of Guardian Australia. The lecture, which examined the profound changes that are transforming

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Some lessons from medicine for journalism futures

“The rise of the reader: journalism in the age of the open web” was the title of a recent lecture by Katharine Viner, deputy editor of the Guardian and editor-in-chief of Guardian Australia. The lecture, which examined the profound changes that are transforming

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Inside the emerging cottage industry of journalism futures

In the introduction to a new book, What’s Next in Journalism? new-media entrepreneurs tell their stories, journalist and academic Margaret Simons predicts that the most interesting future developments in news media will involve the proliferation of smaller, specialist enterprises. Thanks

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Inside the emerging cottage industry of journalism futures

In the introduction to a new book, What’s Next in Journalism? new-media entrepreneurs tell their stories, journalist and academic Margaret Simons predicts that the most interesting future developments in news media will involve the proliferation of smaller, specialist enterprises. Thanks

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