A panel of senior journalists discuss the balance of ratings versus responsibility for the Walkley Media Talks, hosted by CitizenJ at the State Library of Queensland.
Eyewitness report from Anna Waite regarding the Queen Street Mall lock-down.
Gone are the days where a consumer’s only option is to pay for quality journalism. But there are still costs associated with creating quality free content. Are we getting any closer to a good solution?
Blogs are a lot like the existing media: they cover a wide range of topics for all sorts of audiences, present a diversity of opinions, and vary greatly in their writing and content styles. In this month’s Walkley Talk we ask: But is it journalism?
Photo gallery of a protest against dolphin killing in Taiji.
The CitizenJ community news program is well underway after a successful launch at The Edge’s auditorium
The CitizenJ New Journalism Program creates a new way of looking at journalism and news, based upon research developed both overseas and within Australia. The design of the new newsroom tears apart the old news model and rebuilds with a focus on the new generations’ consumption of news. The CitizenJ newsroom design is modelled upon research from ‘Young Thinking’, a project by Chris Sopher, a US journalism associate for the Knight Foundation, which is an organisation that fosters innovative ways to deliver quality journalism. It also funds the Knight Digital Media Centre. Mr Sopher’s research found that younger generations are news grazers; they engage with the news at irregular intervals. With the traditional news system focused on incremental daily or… Read More →