The challenges of telling true stories in an era of disruptive media and “fake news” were the focus of three events hosted by Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism last week, attracting widespread interest from journalists, PhD students and academics.
Bachelor of Journalism graduate Emily Neilsen, who is a personal assistant and client coordinator at Arrow Digital Marketing has big ambitions in the exciting media industry.
Michael Kho Lim shares his research insights as a joint Monash/ Warwick University PhD candidate uncovering the dynamics of film distribution in the Philippines.
Anthony Galloway has been a journalist since 2011. After graduating from Monash University, he moved to regional Queensland where he spent a number of years working at the Townsville Bulletin.
Monash Journalism graduate Kara Bertoncini has aspirations to become a TV music journalist or an entertainment reporter for a top ranking TV show or publication. Check out her profile here.
Monash University students have starred in the Ossie Awards for student journalism, winning five categories and being highly commended in three.
After Death or Liberty premieres in Australia, Manchester and Scotland last year, it has since garnered many awards and is now on its London, Dublin and Wales tour. The documentary is adapted from the book Death or Liberty by author and Monash University Associate Professor Tony Moore.
Monash University journalism graduate Mikaela Day has won the inaugural Better Teaching, Better Learning Photography Competition for her amazing photo of Cambodians preparing a traditional banana cake.
At a time when Australian pop, rock, country and hip hop acts are finding new international markets in unprecedented numbers, a team of researchers begin the first phase of their study of national and global music export markets.
Monash’s School of Media, Film and Journalism lecturer Dr Matthew Piscioneri has received one of the inaugural Monash Office of Learning and Teaching Innovation and Impact Awards.