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Waleed Aly presents the 2016 Andrew Olle Media Lecture, discussing the challenges facing modern journalism and criticises the media for chasing viral content and 'received ideas,' rather than taking the time to spark real debate.
This speech by Malcolm Turnbull talks about press freedom, the future of the media, foreign correspondence, and broadband policy.
It is an honour to be in presence of so many distinguished journalists and foreign correspondents.
And without singling out the...
Annabel Crabb looks at the changing media landscape from her perspective as an online journalist and political correspondent.
Media companies are desperately looking for new and viable ways to distribute their content - via the internet, the iPad, and a host of mobile devices....
Tonight I want to talk about media empires. They have been giants in our lives. And in these early days of a new millennium, shockwaves are being felt all around them. They now seem less like agents of their destinies than helpless witnesses to the...
In this transcript from his speech at The Sydney Institute, Mark Scott, the ABC's Managing Director states that the revised editorial policies of the ABC stand as the most significant public statement of values made by an ABC Board in over twenty one years. It...
The Whitlam Oration has become a respected platform for prominent Australians to provide serious commentary on the contemporary relevance of the Whitlam Legacy and to contribute to public debate. This Oration continues this great tradition.
We are at a point in time where technological change and convergence could once again change the way consumers access news, information and entertainment, argues the ACCC chair, Graeme Samuel, in this address to the Melbourne Press Club Journalism 2005 Conference.