Media monitoring

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Annual Report

Australian Communications and Media Authority and Office of the eSafety Commissioner annual reports 2017–18

Containing details of the ACMA’s and the Office’s performance for 2017–18, this report delivers key corporate information, and details against the mandatory reporting requirements.
Annual Report

Australian Communications and Media Authority and Office of the eSafety Commissioner annual reports 2018–19

This report contains details of the ACMA’s and eSafety’s performance for 2018–19, key corporate information and details against the mandatory reporting requirements.
Annual Report

Australian Communications and Media Authority and Office of the eSafety Commissioner annual reports 2019-20

Providing information about the ACMA’s and eSafety’s performance for 2019–20, this report contains key corporate information and details against the mandatory reporting requirements.
Article

The $1.8m bill for media monitoring by federal agencies

The Mandarin reveals details on how much government departments are spending on media monitoring. For reporting firm iSentia, government represents some of their biggest clients. Since Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, came to power, government agencies have spent more than $1.8 million on services just to...
Discussion paper

Online activism and social media usage among Indonesian extremists

Indonesian extremists have a long history of online activism, but links to the Islamic State (still better known in Indonesia by its former acronym ISIS) have raised questions about whether social media usage is significantly changing patterns of radicalisation and recruitment. The answer seems to...
Report

Event-based media monitoring methodology for Human Rights Watch

Executive Summary This report, prepared by a team of researchers from the University of Minnesota for Human Rights Watch (HRW), investigates the use of event-based media monitoring (EMM) to review its application, identify its strengths and weaknesses, and offer suggestions on how HRW can better...