In today’s day and age, does the raison d’etre for the ABC still exist? Or has it become an unnecessary drain on the taxpayer dollar, one which the government and the Australian public should consider letting go? Hear opposing views at Monash’s 2015 Vice Chancellor’s Public Debate.
Monash University PhD candidate Tom Doig has been awarded the joint winner of the inaugural Oral History Victoria Education Innovation Award for his book, The Coal Face.
A new multi-million dollar media centre will be available to Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism students for semester 1, 2016.
Change and innovation are sweeping through newsrooms around the globe. In this unit, students will travel to the heart of the world’s media industry to observe how industrial crisis and creative responses are transforming news organisations, journalists and audiences in the American context.
Monash University journalism students will have the opportunity to travel to Cambodia, India and Nepal next year to gain real and practical experience reporting on community development issues.
Monash University lecturer in Communication and Media Studies, Dr Jinna Tay, launched her co-edited book, Television Histories in Asia, at Monash’s Caulfield campus on September 17.
When Nicky Winmar lifted his guernsey and pointed to his skin at Victoria Park in 1993, he declared to the hostile crowd that he was black and proud. Molly Stapleton reports.
The macabre live murders of Alison Parker and Adam Ward in Virginia are a chilling watershed. Whatever the shooter’s motivations, the idea that journalists are targets for infamy seekers is now an idea in our culture.
Cross-code convert Jarryd Hayne is on the verge of winning a coveted spot in the San Francisco 49er’s 53-man roster, according to Monash journalism digital coordinator Julie Tullberg.
Monash journalism student Aleczander Gamboa’s dream job is becoming an editor in chief of a fashion and lifestyle magazine. Read Aleczander’s profile here.