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PIJF’s submission to the Senate Inquiry

PIJF has made a submission to the Senate’s Inquiry into the controversial media ownership changes proposed by the Turnbull Government. The proposed legislation would abolish the “75% reach rule” and the “2 out of 3 rule” which have regulated our highly concentrated media.  in

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PIJF’s submission to the Senate Inquiry

PIJF has made a submission to the Senate’s Inquiry into the controversial media ownership changes proposed by the Turnbull Government. The proposed legislation would abolish the “75% reach rule” and the “2 out of 3 rule” which have regulated our highly concentrated media.  in

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Some historical reminders of the importance of democracy

Bill Birnbauer, secretary of the Public Interest Journalism Foundation, gave a moving insight into his family history when asked to speak on “words and democracy” at the recent opening of the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka. He contrasted some

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Some historical reminders of the importance of democracy

Bill Birnbauer, secretary of the Public Interest Journalism Foundation, gave a moving insight into his family history when asked to speak on “words and democracy” at the recent opening of the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka. He contrasted some

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What is the future for freelance journalists?

Dr Margaret Simons, the chair of the Public Interest Journalism Foundation and director of the Centre for Advanced Journalism at the University of Melbourne, recently gave the keynote address to the Walkley Foundation’s freelance conference in Melbourne. You can watch

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What is the future for freelance journalists?

Dr Margaret Simons, the chair of the Public Interest Journalism Foundation and director of the Centre for Advanced Journalism at the University of Melbourne, recently gave the keynote address to the Walkley Foundation’s freelance conference in Melbourne. You can watch

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