journalism

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The media is being used as a weapon of both governments and extremists in a war of competing worldviews, Australian journalist Peter Greste has told an audience at UNSW’s Gandhi Oration.

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Award-winning journalist Peter Greste will deliver UNSW’s 2016 Gandhi Oration in a free public lecture on Friday 29 January.

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Industry leaders will come together to discuss the future of journalism at a joint UNSW-Walkley Foundation roundtable this week. 

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UNSW media student Annalise Bolt has won a prestigious scholarship from The Walkley Foundation to work at 60 Minutes and Nine News.  

News of the World

The Guardian's Nick Davies did what few reporters do. He investigated journalists themselves, writes David McKnight.

Supporters of Julian Assange

In his efforts to bring governments to account, Julian Assange practices a genre of journalism that is sadly lacking in contemporary media, writes Christopher Kremmer.

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Two UNSW journalism students will spend their summer working in Indonesia's dynamic media scene after being awarded New Colombo Plan grants to take up internships in Jakarta.

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David Folkenflik’s book is a well written account of some of the most dramatic events surrounding Murdoch’s career and impact, but there are some odd absences, writes David McKnight. 

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When it comes to reporting the projected consequences of climate change, are journalists following their conscience or are they letting us, and future generations, down, asks Tim Dean.

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A new book on Fairfax Media misses the mark: the group is still a source of quality journalism, irrespective of the views fostered by Murdoch newspapers, writes David McKnight.  

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