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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


Fourth Estate: Auskar Surbakti, Jenny Noyes, Denham Sadler

5/25/2015
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This week the panel discuss why respected journalist Tracey Spicer was asked to write branded content for a pittance, the current threats to regional media and how The Age accidentally called for the death of Australia’s foremost Catholic cleric, George Pell. With Auskar Surbakti (ABC), Jenny Noyes (Daily Life) and Denham Sadler (freelancer). Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and...

Duration: 00:27:22


Fourth Estate: Andrew Jaspan, Rob Stott, Lisa Visentin

5/18/2015
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This week the panel discuss the 2015 federal budget coverage and the cuts to journalism-meets-academia site The Conversation, Malcolm Turnbull's unwelcome advice for ABC journalists and how Facebook are set to redefine where we read our news. With Andrew Jaspan (The Conversation), Rob Stott(Buzzfeed), and Lisa Visentin (Sydney Morning Herald). Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and...

Duration: 00:25:52


Fourth Estate: El Gibbs, Shawn Burns, Tish Peiris and Rick Morton

5/11/2015
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This week in a special episode of Fourth Estate the panel discuss disability and the media: how journalists with disability do their work; the media’s coverage of abuse of people with disability; making television accessible for all and the Attitude Pictures series shown on the ABC. With El Gibbs (Blunt Shovels), Shawn Burns (University of Wollongong), Tish Peiris (freelance journalist and filmmaker) and Rick Morton (The Australian). Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate...

Duration: 00:27:30


Fourth Estate: Tom Allard, Amy Coopes, John Drinnan

5/4/2015
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This week the panel discuss how the media covered the Bali 9 executions and how they will continue to talk about Indonesia in the aftermath, and the curious case of Fairfax Media sueing a U.S. company they had tasked with digitising their colossal photographic archives. With Tom Allard (SMH), Amy Coopes (ex-AFP) and John Drinnan (NZ Herald). Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and...

Duration: 00:28:01


State Library Media Talk: Media On The Frontline: What it’s like to be a foreign correspondent

4/29/2015
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If journalism is the first draft of history, the people reporting the news are often on the frontline of conflict, disaster and tragedy. Journalists, photographers, artists, camera operators and fixers are our eyes and ears in dangerous parts of the world. As part the #30DaysPF campaign, our panel explores the risks – physical, psychological, political - for foreign correspondents and the local fixers who work with them. As international bureaux are increasingly depleted and more foreign...

Duration: 01:00:14


Fourth Estate: Michael Bodey, Chris Graham, Chris Berg

4/28/2015
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This week the panel discuss how SBS sports presenter Scott McIntyre lost his job over tweets about ANZAC Day, how ACMA's findings might be used to punish 2DayFM over their infamous Royal Prank call and whether Charlie Pickering's new show The Weekly is the news satire show we really need. With Michael Bodey (The Australian), Chris Graham (New Matilda) and Chris Berg (ABC The Drum). Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau...

Duration: 00:27:26


Fourth Estate: Wendy Bacon, Mark Skulley, Yaara Bou Melhem, Lauren Ingram

4/20/2015
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This week the panel discuss how SBS’s new commercial direction is impacting their news and ratings, whether the Australian media has gone overboard with the Anzac Centenary coverage and why new research is showing that women are not participating fully in online news discussion forums. With Wendy Bacon (investigative journalist), Mark Skulley (freelance journalist), Yaara Bou Melhem (independent reporter) and Lauren Ingram (The CEO Magazine).​ Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate:...

Duration: 00:28:35


Fourth Estate: Max Chalmers, Melissa Sweet, Andrew Moon

4/14/2015
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This week the panel discuss how the media covered protests in Australia, how a French TV network was brought down by Islamic State, the loss of 2UE’s newsroom and what new apps Meerkat and Periscope could mean for journalists. With Max Chalmers (New Matilda), Melissa Sweet (Croakey) and Andrew Moon (ABC). 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...

Duration: 00:28:03


Fourth Estate: Whitney Fitzsimmons, Nick Lazaredes, Gina Rushton

4/7/2015
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This week the panel discuss Rolling Stone magazine's retraction of a controversial feature article, the case against French news outlets being brought by hostages of Paris' January supermarket siege, the value of women's news websites and whether the killing of journalists should be made a war crime. With Whitney Fitzsimmons, Nick Lazaredes and Gina Rushton (The Australian).​ Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau...

Duration: 00:31:58


Fourth Estate: Rick Morton, Jane Lee, Michael Safi

3/31/2015
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This week the panel discuss how a court issued suppression order kept the lid of the past of Jill Meagher’s killer Adrian Bayley, the perils of reporting on vaccination and why Sydney newspapers editorialised ahead of the NSW Election. With Rick Morton (The Australian), Jane Lee (The Age) and Michael Safi (Guardian Australia). Follow 2SER & Fourth Estate: www.2ser.com/fourthestate www.twitter.com/fourthestateau www.facebook.com/fourthestateau Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in...

Duration: 00:23:16


State Library NSW Media Talk: Equality for Women is Equality for All

3/31/2015
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We’ve seen the positive influence of feminist hashtag activists and organisations vying to amplify women’s voices in newsrooms nationwide. Yet, there’s still work to do. So, what can we all do to make the media landscape a more equal place? With an introduction from Nareen Young and moderated by Tracey Spicer, listen as the panel of Georgie Dent and Graeme Russell discuss. AUDIO KINDLY PROVIDED BY: The Seventh Field Trip, Tesslesstess www.soundcloud.com/tesslesstess

Duration: 01:25:26

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