New News conference

Don’t miss – New News in Melbourne in October

The opportunities and challenges of journalism in the digital age will be up for discussion at the New News conference in Melbourne from October 9-11. As the conference blurb says: “It will explore how to make the most of the

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Don’t miss – New News in Melbourne in October

The opportunities and challenges of journalism in the digital age will be up for discussion at the New News conference in Melbourne from October 9-11. As the conference blurb says: “It will explore how to make the most of the

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Read all about it: the news on the news

As usual, there is no shortage of news about journalism futures and innovation. This post wraps some recent developments of interest. Big investment in new journalism venture eBay founder Pierre Omidyar’s $US 250 million investment in a new journalism venture

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Read all about it: the news on the news

As usual, there is no shortage of news about journalism futures and innovation. This post wraps some recent developments of interest. Big investment in new journalism venture eBay founder Pierre Omidyar’s $US 250 million investment in a new journalism venture

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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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Please join us at New News in Melbourne, August 30-31

  The program for this year’s New News festival has been released, reports Margaret Simons. The event, run by the Centre for Advancing Journalism in partnership with the Melbourne Writers Festival and the Public Interest Journalism Foundation, is now in

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Please join us at New News in Melbourne, August 30-31

  The program for this year’s New News festival has been released, reports Margaret Simons. The event, run by the Centre for Advancing Journalism in partnership with the Melbourne Writers Festival and the Public Interest Journalism Foundation, is now in

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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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Check out the New News conference program – hope to see you there…

One of the global leaders of Twitter-based reporting, Andy Carvin, will be speaking at the New News conference, to be held in Melbourne on August 24 and 25. Carvin is a senior strategist for US public service radio broadcaster NPR,

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Check out the New News conference program – hope to see you there…

One of the global leaders of Twitter-based reporting, Andy Carvin, will be speaking at the New News conference, to be held in Melbourne on August 24 and 25. Carvin is a senior strategist for US public service radio broadcaster NPR,

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Reporting on some informal conversations about the future of public interest journalism

A small group of community members, bloggers, journalists and academics (some of us wearing multiple hats) attended the Public Interest Journalism Foundation’s first MeetUp event in Canberra recently. We were fortunate to hear from award-winning blogger and media analyst, Jim

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Reporting on some informal conversations about the future of public interest journalism

A small group of community members, bloggers, journalists and academics (some of us wearing multiple hats) attended the Public Interest Journalism Foundation’s first MeetUp event in Canberra recently. We were fortunate to hear from award-winning blogger and media analyst, Jim

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Any ideas for a new online publication covering a health-related area of need?

Is there an area of need in health that you would like to see receive more investigation and focus? Or that could benefit from some online community building? This is your chance to pitch an idea for such a publication.

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Any ideas for a new online publication covering a health-related area of need?

Is there an area of need in health that you would like to see receive more investigation and focus? Or that could benefit from some online community building? This is your chance to pitch an idea for such a publication.

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