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New News by the Centre for Advancing Journalism

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at The Wheeler Centre

Upstarts Vs the Old Guard

As big newsrooms lay off staff, new web-based media outlets seem to pop up every week. What are the challenges of entrepreneurial media, and what can the humble start-up teach the mainstream editor? What can we all learn from each other?

With Paul Chadwick (Guardian Australia), Tim Hanlon of Gizmag and Phoebe Montague (Lady Melbourne). Chaired by Andrew Dodd, Swinburne University of Technology.

Supported by the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund.

Who?

Portrait of Paul Chadwick

Paul Chadwick

Paul Chadwick, journalist and lawyer, is the Australian on the board of Guardian Australia, was the ABC’s Director Editorial Policies 2007-12 and was Victoria’s first Privacy Commissioner 2001-06.

Portrait of Phoebe Montague

Phoebe Montague

As editor of Melbourne-based fashion blog Lady Melbourne, Phoebe Montague’s fashion commentary has earned her a reputation as one of Australia’s key fashion bloggers. Having founded Lady Melbourne in 2007, the blog has grown to include a substantial social media reach across multiple platforms. Aside from the blog and freelance writing assignments, she teaches blogging, social media and journalism at the Centre for Adult Education (CAE) and RMIT University. She is a sought-after guest lecturer at corporate and educational events.

Portrait of Andrew Dodd

Andrew Dodd

Andrew Dodd is the program director of Journalism at Swinburne University. He has been a journalist for more than 25 years, working in radio, TV, print and online.

Portrait of Tim Hanlon

Tim Hanlon

Tim Hanlon wanted to be a video game developer until he saw the content management system that was powering Gizmag. After co-writing its replacement in 2003, he went on to wear every hat at the company before accepting the position of managing director in 2010.

New News by the Centre for Advancing 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.

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