Australian’s are turning off the news more than ever to escape COVID-19 overload. But what does this mean for aspirational journalists? Continue reading The future of journalism
Instagram is home to a thriving global influencer and marketing platform, with many brands and companies trading in traditional celebrity endorsement as the preferred means of marketing on social media. Continue reading Under the influence: How influencing are influencers?
Technology like the Internet and social media has opened the door for opportunities for sharing creativity – providing fertile ground for invention and entrepreneurship in South Australia Continue reading Creative Disruption: how emerging technologies are driving creative industries prosperity in SA
The Adam Goodes documentary answered most of my questions Continue reading The Final Quarter: The devastating documentary that reminds us why education is so important
Last Wednesday, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed the most extreme abortion bill in US history. If it goes into effect, it would ban abortion at every stage of pregnancy and make it a felony crime for medical providers to perform the procedure. Continue reading You need to be paying attention to the latest assault on reproductive rights
Scare campaigns are one of the most effective types of political campaigns, but often run the risk of being inflammatory and insincere in the public eye. Continue reading Dissecting political scare campaigns – know your facts!
A Muslim researcher at UniSA says mainstream media coverage of Islam should be held accountable for making events like the Christchurch massacre “inevitable”. Continue reading Negative reports on Islam a daily practice by Murdoch-owned media
New espionage and foreign interference laws could see journalists facing 25 years to life imprisonment. Continue reading Turnbull’s Espionage Bill could threaten the principles of journalism
By now everyone is sick of hearing about Barnaby Joyce and his affair with a former staff member that ended his marriage. Continue reading No reason to rejoyce over case of national hypocrisy