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CHINA MIXDOWN

5/30/2018
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This is a recording of a panel from the Walkley Media Talks series, on China in the Media. The speakers you will hear are: Lisa Murray, senior Fairfax journalist and former China correspondent; Wanning Sun, UTS professor of Media and Communication Studies; Philip Ivanov, Asia Society CEO; and Jieh-Yung Lo, a policy adviser and commentator. Having just returned from the Walkley Media Exchange, in partnership with DFAT and the All- ChHina Journalists’ Association, Walkleys multimedia and...

Duration:00:56:27

The craft of arts writing

4/4/2018
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As the Walkley Arts Awards open for entries in 2018, we’ve drawn together some of Australia’s favourite voices on the arts to talk about why we need critics and writers to help us interpret culture, and what makes great arts writing. From painting to performance, pop culture to classical, the ephemeral and experiential to the stuff hanging in our galleries; art reveals our world to us. But it’s arts writers and critics who help reveal that art to us.

Duration:00:43:22

James Robinson and the relationship between data and Journalism

3/28/2018
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In a rapidly-changing digital world, data is critical to the success of media organisations. But the practice of analytics – drawing insights from that data – has the potential to deliver value in surprising and unexpected ways. In this talk, New York Times Director of Global Analytics James Robinson shows how analytics can be used to help measure success, better understand audiences, and build new relationships with readers. He is joined in-conversation by Peter Fray. This talk was...

Duration:00:26:00

WTF Is Happening In The USA

11/6/2017
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Storyology. It’s our annual festival of journalism and media — networking, training and talks for the Australian media, featuring the best journalists from home and abroad. Here is a selection of the best talks from Sydney’s Storyology Talks

Duration:00:28:38

Turn Your Story Into A Killer Podcast

11/6/2017
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Storyology. It’s our annual festival of journalism and media — networking, training and talks for the Australian media, featuring the best journalists from home and abroad. Here is a selection of the best talks from Sydney’s Storyology Talks

Duration:00:29:21

Structuring Stories To Grab An Audience

11/6/2017
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Storyology. It’s our annual festival of journalism and media — networking, training and talks for the Australian media, featuring the best journalists from home and abroad. Here is a selection of the best talks from Sydney’s Storyology Talks

Duration:00:33:02

Inherent Bias With Tonya Mosely

11/6/2017
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Storyology. It’s our annual festival of journalism and media — networking, training and talks for the Australian media, featuring the best journalists from home and abroad. Here is a selection of the best talks from Sydney’s Storyology Talks

Duration:00:13:04

Frederic Filloux On The News Quality Scoring Project

11/6/2017
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Storyology. It’s our annual festival of journalism and media — networking, training and talks for the Australian media, featuring the best journalists from home and abroad. Here is a selection of the best talks from Sydney’s Storyology Talks

Duration:00:21:03

Framing War Andrew And Ben Quilty Talk With Jennifer Byrne

11/6/2017
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Storyology. It’s our annual festival of journalism and media — networking, training and talks for the Australian media, featuring the best journalists from home and abroad. Here is a selection of the best talks from Sydney’s Storyology Talks

Duration:00:36:29

Facebook Journalism Project With Aine Kerr

11/6/2017
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Storyology. It’s our annual festival of journalism and media — networking, training and talks for the Australian media, featuring the best journalists from home and abroad. Here is a selection of the best talks from Sydney’s Storyology Talks

Duration:00:51:40

Down To The Wire - Independence In India With Siddarth Varadarajan

11/6/2017
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Storyology. It’s our annual festival of journalism and media — networking, training and talks for the Australian media, featuring the best journalists from home and abroad. Here is a selection of the best talks from Sydney’s Storyology Talks

Duration:00:17:02

How the Internet of Things will change the news business

11/16/2016
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What happens to the news business when everything around us is connected and sending data to the cloud? We managed to find someone straddling both the news and the new Internet of Things to give us a super smart, fun tour of that landscape: Stuart Waite, ex-News Corp executive and current startup investor/consultant and digital transformation expert. He had a conversation at the Walkleys offices in Sydney recently with Michael Janda, senior digital business reporter at the Australian...

Duration:00:48:37

Indigenous languages in the media — Conversations from Storyology

11/8/2016
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When was the last time you heard a story about Torres Strait Islanders or aboriginal people being told IN an Indigenous language? We in the media need to work out what role these languages can play in telling the stories of Indigenous communities. Five brilliant Aussie storytellers talk about it: Allan Clarke is the indigenous affairs reporter at BuzzFeed Australia. Lionel Lovett is a Wiradjuri language teacher at Parkes Public School in western New South Wales. Solua Middleton is a...

Duration:00:47:08

Inside the Panama Papers: Gerard Ryle and Kate McClymont — Conversations from Storyology

9/7/2016
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Gerard Ryle of the ICIJ is the brains behind the biggest leak ever, the biggest journalistic collaboration ever. Kate McClymont of Fairfax Media is renowned for fierce investigative reportage revealing corruption in Australia. Here Kate grills Gerard on how John Doe made contact, the system that allowed 400+ reporters to work together, what it takes to uncover scandals on this scale and whether this kind of investigative reporting can be done in Australia. Recorded on Aug. 11, 2016 in...

Duration:00:55:47

Kara Swisher on BuzzFeed, Bezos, Twitter and the Kardashians: Conversations from Storyology

9/7/2016
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Kara Swisher founded Recode and the star-studded Recode Conference and is among the most fearless — and to some, fearsome — tech journalists in the world. She came to Australia to give us the latest Silicon Valley and media trends; her frank keynote is followed by questions from Marc Fennell of Download This Show and SBS's The Feed.

Duration:01:02:04

Don't panic: How we rise up from a digitally disrupted, post-fact journapocalypse (Storyology 2016)

9/6/2016
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How do we fix journalism? Walkley CEO Jacqui Park and Uni journalism professor Peter Fray each spent time in the U.S. recently looking for inspiration and models to aid both the business and the practice of journalism in Australia. At Storyology, they kicked off the festival with some big picture thoughts on how to improve both. Conversations from Storyology is a Walkley Talks series bringing you the best ideas from our 2016 journalism festival. These talks were recorded live at the...

Duration:00:31:28

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: Kate Doak, Elias Jahshan, Lucy Watson

6/10/2015
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With Kate Doak (freelance), Elias Jahshan (Star Observer) and Lucy Watson (Archer Magazine). 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 do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of The Walkley Foundation.

Duration:00:28:24

Fourth Estate: Paul Maley, Nasya Bahfen, Alan Stokes

6/3/2015
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Description: This week the panel discuss The Australian's new series on A ustralian Muslims, whether desensitisation has spoiled coverage of the Bay of Bengal refugee crisis and why PETA claim the ABC falsely accused them of making a fuss over farmers swearing at sheep. With Paul Maley (The Australian), Nasya Bahfen (journalism lecturer at Monash University) and Alan Stokes (The Sydney Morning Herald). Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau...

Duration:00:28:40