Tomorrow night’s Walkley Media Talk will bring together senior journalists from The Project, 4BC and The Courier-Mail.
Protestors calling for the eradication of Sharia law practices in Australia were outnumbered 2:1 by Muslim students who rebutted their claims.
TUCKED away in tiny crevices, inside warehouses and dance studios and inner-city office blocks, are clusters of people making a change.
The credibility we gain is key to republication opportunities and the growth of our audience. But as we are learning, this has to be tempered with the authenticity of citizen journalism.
Exploring the opportunities and challenges provided by a raft of new communication tools and applications.
Workers have gathered in Brisbane in honour of those who have lost their lives on the job.
Contributors Hamish Lancaster and Candice Skjonnemand have set the CitizenJ Contributor Rules to music and animation.
Many mainstream news organisations focus on day-to-day news and consequently don’t often afford the publishing space or resources to provide a thorough background to ongoing stories and issues. As a citizen journalist, you have the opportunity to fill this gap, creating meaningful content that has the capacity to increase your audience, raise your profile and build a good reputation if done well. Take the example of AusVotes2013. It has begun listing all the major parties’ election policies in plain English, starting with those of the Coalition. The blog declares that its aim is “to provide the observations, analysis and opinion that are missing in the traditional media’s coverage of the election. In short, to provide the perspectives that we wish… Read More →
Photo gallery of extreme weather in Brisbane in late January 2013.
Wild weather uproots a tree in West End