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If 2012 was the year the chickens came home to roost for most of our big papers, 2015 has been the year of living dangerously for the regionals - and in a different way for commercial TV.
Mark Di Stefano
Have the funding cuts to Indigenous organisations impacted on the ability of those groups to be heard in the mainstream media? And is there less coverage of Aboriginal issues than in the past?
Is the digital age changing both journalism and journalists? Will easier access to information lead to greater government and corporate accountability? And what would you do if you found yourself in a swimming race with former Ugandan dictator Idi Amin? This week we take you...
With newsrooms and media outlets becoming increasingly dominated by people with journalism degrees, we find out what is being taught and whether there are anywhere near enough jobs for all the graduates.
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It's fashionable and cool but is it also a radical new direction for journalism? And will it become the framework for how we produce and consume our news in the future? We speak to three people doing their bit for open journalism today.
Rex Wong is a US-based IT entrepreneur and founder of AdSense. He's now the head of DAVE Networks which helps companies use video to develop online social communities. He talks with the Media Report about the way in which online companies are using people's web...