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The Legal Landscape for Journalism

9/25/2018
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From defamation to state security – how does the law affect journalists’ ability to expose the truth? To discuss this topic, we have an all star panel of legal writers and editors, a lawyer and a judge: *Richard Ackland, editor, Justinian / legal affairs editor, The Saturday Paper *Kate Haddock, partner, Banki Haddock Fiora *Nicola Berkovic, legal affairs writer, The Australian *Judge Judith Gibson, District Court of NSW / Bulletin author for Australian Defamation Law and Practice...

Duration:00:49:01

Investigative journalism changes lives and laws. But who pays for it?

9/17/2018
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Exposing corruption and abuse; pushing for changes to law and policy that protect everyday Australians: that’s the power of great investigative journalism. It’s work that takes a lot of time, investment and skill from journalists: three things that are under more pressure than ever in today’s media. A new culture is emerging, of collaborative projects and new funding sources to support this work. A brave new world of public interest journalism, where the bottom line is less about dollars and...

Duration:00:42:22

Saturday Morning With The Papers

9/14/2018
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When the news arrives on your device of choice, many people’s decisions have shaped the stories that appear there. You’re about to hear a panel of senior journalists, editors and a cartoonist, taking you behind some of the year’s big stories, explaining why journalists cover stories the way they do. With: Paula Doneman (Seven), Sean Leahy (cartoonist, The Courier Mail), Mark Schoofs, (BuzzFeed News US), Lenore Taylor (Guardian Australia) and moderated by Danielle Cronin (Brisbane Times).

Duration:00:58:57

Buzzfeed: A Discussion with a Pulitzer Winner

9/5/2018
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Mark Schoofs, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigations & projects editor for BuzzFeed News in New York, has some strong views on how journalists should approach interviewing. Recorded at a industry breakfast as part of the Walkley Foundation’s Storyology festival, hear his tips on approaching interview subjects to draw out gripping stories. This podcast was edited by Kevin Suarez, for The Walkley Foundation, at the 2SER studios in Sydney Australia.

Duration:00:31:10

Shooting The Storm

8/29/2018
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When he’s not working as chief photographer for The Sydney Morning Herald, photojournalist Nick Moir moonlights as one of Australia’s leading storm chasers. Gary Cranitch is photographer for Queensland Museum and has decades of experience photographing wildlife around Queensland, with much of his work focused on the Great Barrier Reef. You’re about to hear them in conversation with ABC’s Emma Griffiths about our world, weather, and environment and how they’ve watched these change. A...

Duration:00:52:05

Power Shifts: Identity, diversity, #MeToo

8/23/2018
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Hollywood gets all the press but are we succeeding at leveling the power imbalances in other industries? What does it take to change on such a large scale, and who’s leading the way? Hear from journalists who’ve been covering the movement – or managing their newsrooms’ approach to it – on how it’s evolving, how it is being and should be covered, and where things are going. You'll hear from Catherine Fox (freelance business writer & 2017 Women’s Leadership in Media Award winner),Rachel...

Duration:00:52:27

Killer Stories: Trace and Teacher's Pet

8/17/2018
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As journalists experiment with new storytelling formats, podcast series have emerged as an engrossing platform for true crime stories.This session delves into what it is about true crime stories that is so compelling. The panel includes Hedley Thomas (The Teacher’s Pet) and Rachael Brown (Trace) in conversation with author and journalist Matthew Condon. A special edition of Walkley Talks — conversations from Storyology, the Walkley Foundation’s 2018 journalism festival. Recorded at the...

Duration:00:56:40

Fourth Estate: Susie O'Brien, Alex Lee, Alex McKinnon

8/27/2015
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This week the panel discuss the media's coverage of the Ashley Madison leak, Leunig’s anti-vaccination cartoon in The Age, and Al Jazeera decision to abandon the word 'migrant'. With Alex Lee (BuzzFeed), Alex McKinnon (Junkee) and Susie O’Brien (Herald Sun). Hosted by Mariam Chehab. Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the contributors and...

Duration:00:28:13

2015 - 08 - 17 Fourth Estate

8/19/2015
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This week the panel discuss how Buzzfeed forced Mark Latham’s departure from the AFR, whether it pays for media outlets to declare themselves feminist, and how ABC personalities are making big bucks on the speaking circuit. With Mark Di Stefano (Buzzfeed), Georgina Dent (Women’s Agenda) and Jonathan Green (ABC). Hosted by Mariam Chehab. Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and opinions...

Duration:00:28:32

Walkleys Podcast - Big Stories (Freelance Focus 2015)

8/13/2015
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Our Freelance Focus conference in Brisbane saw some of the best writers in Australia and abroad talk about the future of the industry and how to get ahead as a freelancer! Dig deep: The online treasure trove for investigative reporting Hedley Thomas, national chief correspondent, The Australian A golden age for the lone wolf journalist Andrew Fowler, author, The War on Journalism Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the contributors and do not...

Duration:00:46:34

Walkleys Podcast - Freelance Is Just The Beginning (Freelance Focus 2015)

8/13/2015
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Our Freelance Focus conference in Brisbane saw some of the best writers in Australia and abroad talk about the future of the industry and how to get ahead as a freelancer! Freelance is just the beginning Our panel discuss the different paths available for diversification, and how these can help your career take off. Turn your passion into productivity and profit. Learn from other freelancers who’ve diversified, and get the lowdown on lucrative sidelines like professional business writing,...

Duration:00:55:45

Walkleys Podcast - Noah Rosenberg Keynote (Freelance Focus 2015)

8/13/2015
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Our Freelance Focus conference in Brisbane saw some of the best writers in Australia and abroad talk about the future of the industry and how to get ahead as a freelancer! If a story isn't read, does it make a sound? Inside the dark art of attracting eyeballs to great storytelling So you've produced the perfect piece, now what? Narratively’s Noah Rosenberg explores your options for finding an actual audience, from open publishing platforms to partnerships, paid promotion to pity....

Duration:00:50:51

Walkleys Podcast - Short Stories (Freelance Focus 2015)

8/13/2015
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Our Freelance Focus conference in Brisbane saw some of the best writers in Australia and abroad talk about the future of the industry and how to get ahead as a freelancer! SHORT STORIES: • Amanda Gearing, freelance journalist: What makes a Walkley winner? • Peter Taggart, Bring A Plate: So you want to make a podcast… • Skye Doherty, University of Queensland: Journalism and the power of design • Matt Liddy, ABC: The latest in digital storytelling • Angie Galles, StartSomeGood: The secret life...

Duration:01:04:52

Walkleys Podcast - The Power Of Narrative (Freelance Focus 2015)

8/13/2015
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Our Freelance Focus conference in Brisbane saw some of the best writers in Australia and abroad talk about the future of the industry and how to get ahead as a freelancer! Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of The Walkley Foundation.

Duration:00:44:56

Walkleys Podcast - When Freelance Goes Foreign Correspondent (Freelance Focus 2015)

8/13/2015
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Our Freelance Focus conference in Brisbane saw some of the best writers in Australia and abroad talk about the future of the industry and how to get ahead as a freelancer! Whether travelling into a warzone or covering a sensitive story in Australia, freelancers have to look after themselves. In this panel discussion, learn how to protect yourself with insurance and other safety measures. Ed Giles, freelance multimedia journalist Tim Page, freelance photojournalist Cindy Wockner, national...

Duration:00:49:14

Walkleys Podcast - Your Brand Online (Freelance Focus 2015)

8/13/2015
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Our Freelance Focus conference in Brisbane saw some of the best writers in Australia and abroad talk about the future of the industry and how to get ahead as a freelancer! Are you in control of your social presence? Make social media work for you, rather than creating more work for yourself. Take your work to the next level, using simple tools to monitor story opportunities and maximise your efficiency and minimise risk with scheduled posting. We cover social media strategy and blogging....

Duration:00:51:01

Fourth Estate: Martin Chulov, Lisa Main, Malaz Majanni

8/5/2015
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his week the panel discuss the perils of reporting in the Middle East, how the media can better shed light on the origins of ISIS and how Sydney Muslims have pitched in to set up their own million-dollar news network. With Martin Chulov (The Guardian), Lisa Main (ABC) and Malaz Majanni (OnePath Network). Hosted by Jack Fisher. Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in...

Duration:00:30:24

Fourth Estate: Whitney Fitzsimmons, Myriam Robin, Brigid Delaney

7/29/2015
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This week the panel talk about whether Sunday Life's rosy view of the ABC as a haven for women in the workplace is really just a fantasy, and why the Labor Herald were rejected from the parliamentary press gallery. With Whitney Fitzsimmons, Myriam Robin (Crikey) and Brigid Delaney (Guardian Australia). Hosted by Jack Fisher. Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in...

Duration:00:28:04

Fourth Estate: Melissa Hoyer, Kate Aubusson, Mark Di Stefano

7/8/2015
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This week the panel discuss Treasurer Joe Hockey's $200k payout from Fairfax Media over tweets and posters suggesting he was corrupt, how Nine's 60 Minutes took health fraudster Belle Gibson to task over her lies and whether the Labor Herald party newspaper will stand a chance. With Melissa Hoyer (News.com.au), Mark Di Stefano (Buzzfeed) and Kate Aubusson (Sydney Morning Herald). Hosted by Mariam Chehab. Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau...

Duration:00:29:51

Fourth Estate: Chris Kenny, Jonathan Holmes, Bernard Keane

7/1/2015
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This week the panel discuss the fallout from Q&A most controversial episode: how Zaky Mallah was allowed to ask a question and whether the ABC is at greater risk from terrorist attack or government inquiry. With Chris Kenny (The Australian), Jonathan Holmes (The Age) and Bernard Keane (Crikey). Hosted by Lucie Robson. Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this...

Duration:00:29:39