New News by the Centre for Advancing Journalism
Hear from some of the brightest minds in the media at this three-day series of discussions and workshops on the present and future of journalism.
How do you pick true news from fake news? How would diversity in senior and junior positions change the news we report – and how we report it? And does state politics need to be theatrical to be interesting to journalists?
Hear from some of the brightest minds in the media at this three-day series of discussions and workshops on the present and future of journalism. Including Brett McLeod, Katharine Murphy, Emma Alberici, Julian Burnside and more.
New News is presented in partnership with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne, and Monash University.
Report Card: The Year in Australian Journalism
Margaret Simons, Katharine Murphy, Gautam Mishra, Gaven Morris, Simon Crerar
Report Card: The State of the Media
Margaret Simons, Lenore Taylor, Damon Johnston, Simon Crerar, Dan Silkstone
Media Policy: Has Australia Got One, and Does it Need One?
Denis Muller, Julian Thomas, Margaret Simons, Ellie Rennie
Beyond the Soundbite: The Art of the Longform Interview
Andrew Dodd, Jane Hutcheon, Ramona Koval, Philip Chubb
Writer’s Block: Adblocking and Distribution
Julian Thomas, Andrew Hunter, Tim Dunlop, Hal Crawford, Jacqui Keleher
The Amazing Race: Reporting on Elections
Andrew Dodd, Mark Di Stefano, Cathy Harper, Matthew Knott, Andrew Hunter
Not Just News to Us: Disruption and Indigenous New Media
Jack Latimore, Luke Pearson, Michelle Lovegrove, Lisa Waller, Summer May Finlay
Future Views, Future News: Experiments in Storytelling
Sophie Black, Alicia Sometimes, Nick Evershed, Simon Crerar, Stefan Armbruster
Neighbourhood Watch: Reporting on the Asia-Pacific
Mary-Louise O'Callaghan, David Nolan, Liam Fox, Jo Chandler, Stefan Armbruster
Branded Content and Native Advertising: Threat, saviour, or something else?
Sophie Black, Tim Duggan, Rakhal Ebeli, Allen Williams, Ian McClelland
2016 A.N. Smith Lecture in Journalism: ‘Live and Dangerous: Journalism and the Real-Time Social Web’: Emily Bell
Changing the Story: Reporting on Violence Against Women
Denise Ryan-Costello, Margaret Simons, Loni Cooper, Miki Perkins
Footy and the Media: The Off-Field Game
Bill Birnbauer, Matt Pinkney, Natalie Hickey, Tom Heenan, Louise Milligan, Terry Wallace
From the Ground Up: New Media and Indigenous Reporting
Jack Latimore, Allan Clarke, Amy McQuire, Paul Daley, Steve Gumerungi Hodder Watt
Seduction and Betrayal: The Art of the Interview
Andrew Dodd, Emma Alberici, Ramona Koval, David Speers
The Pitch: Access the Editors
Simon Mann, Marni Cordell, Jonathan Green, Erik Jensen, Nick Melin, Margaret Easterbrook
Hashtag Successful: Building a Presence Online
Tim Dunlop, Ash Witt, Amy McQuire, Phoebe Montague, Isabelle Oderberg
Hackademia: Where Theory and Practice Collide
Andrew Dodd, Margaret Simons, Sally Young, David Nolan, Jock Given, Scott Wright
Experience Matters: Veteran Journalists on the Way Forward
Andrew Dodd, Jim Middleton, Ramona Koval, Ross Gittins
Shifting News Agendas: Reporting Violence Against Women
Margaret Simons, Ellen Whinnett, Vanessa Born, Jane Gilmore
Cultural Cringe: The Role of the Arts Critic in Australia
Anders Furze, Rebecca Harkins-Cross, Jonathan Green, Ramona Koval, Jason Di Rosso
Keynote Discussion: Peter Greste on a Proposed International Charter for the Protection of Journalists
Peter Greste, Jason Bosland, Daniel Joyce
Report Card: What’s Happening in Australian Journalism?
Margaret Simons, Emily Wilson, Simon Crerar, Andrew Holden, Tory Maguire
Getting Social: The Rise of Youth Media in Australia
Anders Furze, Nick Melin, Steph Harmon, Tim Fisher, Sam Downing
So You Want to Be a Journalist
Ben Eltham, Michael Roddan, Kirsten Robb, Cassandra Zervos, Monique Hore
The Glossies: What's happening to magazines in the digital age?
Carolyne Lee, Helen McCabe, Amy Middleton, Bill Condie
Misogyny Much? The gendered newsroom
Patricia Karvelas, Kate Torney OAM, Ellen Whinnett, Gael Jennings
LEAK! Why do people leak, and why should you?
Paul Farrell, Peter Bartlett, Suelette Dreyfus, Nick McKenzie
Making it Pay: Perspectives from the ad world
Ben Barren, Hugh Martin, Zac Zavos, Marina Go, Neil Ackland
Media Policy Makers and Shakers: What can government do?
Jason Clare, Paul Fletcher, Julian Thomas, Malcolm Long, Scott Ludlam