Journalism education

Recommended reading on public interest journalism futures

Below is a selection of recommended reading for those with a concern for public interest journalism futures. NZ High Court judgment on blogging and journalism Analysis at The Conversation By Jane Johnston, Associate Professor Journalism and Public Relations at Bond

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Recommended reading on public interest journalism futures

Below is a selection of recommended reading for those with a concern for public interest journalism futures. NZ High Court judgment on blogging and journalism Analysis at The Conversation By Jane Johnston, Associate Professor Journalism and Public Relations at Bond

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Meet The Citizen: part of the buzz in the new media space

On the eve of the News News conference, Simon Mann takes some time out from editing The Citizen to discuss how the new online publication is faring. Q: Please describe The Citizen in 50 words or less to someone who

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Meet The Citizen: part of the buzz in the new media space

On the eve of the News News conference, Simon Mann takes some time out from editing The Citizen to discuss how the new online publication is faring. Q: Please describe The Citizen in 50 words or less to someone who

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Can journalists learn to trust the public? Are we open to collaborating with community groups? This Q and A with Professor Robert Picard raises plenty of questions on the future of journalism

The emerging crisis in the Australian media industry is likely to galvanise the community sector and philanthropists to engage with the reinvention of journalism. So says Professor Robert Picard, a leading authority on media economics and management and government communications

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Can journalists learn to trust the public? Are we open to collaborating with community groups? This Q and A with Professor Robert Picard raises plenty of questions on the future of journalism

The emerging crisis in the Australian media industry is likely to galvanise the community sector and philanthropists to engage with the reinvention of journalism. So says Professor Robert Picard, a leading authority on media economics and management and government communications

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New News: bringing together citizens, journalists and the future of news

One of the many pleasures of the recent New News conference was the opportunity it provided for interaction with journalism students, both online via Twitter and during the sessions. The students were tweeting reports and commentary, and also filed stories

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New News: bringing together citizens, journalists and the future of news

One of the many pleasures of the recent New News conference was the opportunity it provided for interaction with journalism students, both online via Twitter and during the sessions. The students were tweeting reports and commentary, and also filed stories

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Profiling innovation in journalism education and practice

  In the United States, six foundations that provide grants for journalism education and innovation have urged universities to adopt a “teaching hospital” model  for journalism schools. Their statement says: “In this new digital age, we believe the “teaching hospital”

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Profiling innovation in journalism education and practice

  In the United States, six foundations that provide grants for journalism education and innovation have urged universities to adopt a “teaching hospital” model  for journalism schools. Their statement says: “In this new digital age, we believe the “teaching hospital”

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