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Caroline Fisher

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0000-0002-7443-3787
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University of Canberra

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Commentary

04 Sep 2017

When a journalist moves from press secretary to press gallery reporter, it raises tricky ethical questions for news editors in the face of possible concerns about the former political staff member’s independence and partisanship.

For some editors, the risk of the returning journalist...

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Research report

22 Jun 2017

56 per cent of adult Australians try to avoid the news occasionally or often, according to the Digital News Report: Australia 2017, the latest national online survey of news consumption.

The main reasons provided by news avoiders were: that news can have a...

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Audio interview

22 Jun 2017

There's often a lot of criticism that the news is negative and depressing, and a new study has found that more than half of Australian audiences sometimes avoid it, because of that. The survey has also found an increasing number of us are getting our...

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Research report

15 Jun 2016

Digital News Report: Australia 2016, the second annual survey of news consumption in Australia, builds on last year's debut to provide a clearer picture than ever before of how news is currently being consumed both within Australia and globally, with a particular focus on digital news...

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Audio interview

09 Feb 2016

In this episode, Founder and CEO David Pembroke sits down with Caroline Fisher, lecturer in journalism at the University of Canberra. They discuss the new role journalism plays in the public sector and how that is changing with new content marketing initiatives. David and Caroline explain how ...

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