Sharing ideas about the future of public interest journalism: Meet Up in Sydney on April 24

The Public Interest Journalism Foundation is holding a Meet Up in Sydney on Wednesday 24th April.

It will be an opportunity to share ideas and experiences around innovation in journalism. Come and chat informally with journalists who have been reinventing their craft online, including:

Anne Summers, who has recently launched an online magazine, Anne Summers Reports.

Adele Horin, who has recently launched a blog exploring the challenges of growing older, Coming of Age.

Lesley Parker, freelance journalist and online journalism trainer.

Jim Parker, treasurer of the Public Interest Journalism Foundation, and award-winning blogger at The Failed Estate.

Melissa Sweet, president of the Public Interest Journalism Foundation, and founder of Croakey, a public health blog hosted by Crikey.


Who is invited? Citizens, bloggers and journalists who are interested in sharing ideas about the reinvention of journalism in the digital age.

Venue: Upstairs at the Old Fitzroy Hotel, 129 Dowling Street  (Cnr Cathedral Street) Woolloomooloo NSW 2011. You will be able to buy dinner and drinks.

From: 7pm on Wednesday, 24th April

RSVP: By signing up to Meet Up or email Melissa Sweet via here.