Monica Butera says Monash opened her eyes to new ways of thinking and perceiving. Despite … Continue reading Monica comfortable thinking outside the box
As a producer for Nine News, Emily White has hit her stride in her journalism … Continue reading Emily’s journalism career constantly evolving
The Project host and Monash lecturer Waleed Aly has won the coveted TV Week 2017 Silver Logie Award for Best Presenter.
A diverse range of interests has led to a diverse range of job opportunities for … Continue reading Julia blossoming in multiple directions
As a Senior Media Adviser in Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ office, Patrick Lane is helping … Continue reading Patrick helps call the shots in state politics
In studying a double degree in Journalism and Business, Marc Sudholz is hoping the skills … Continue reading Journalism/Business combo opens doors for Marc
From breaking morning news to writing on the environment, Jade Gailberger is living her dream … Continue reading Jade thriving in the right environment
Fenella Wagener’s journey to becoming a Senior Producer of Channel Nine’s flagship breakfast show TODAY, all … Continue reading Fenella seizes her opportunities TODAY
Ellie Cope dreams big of a career in investigative journalism. Graduating from Monash Journalism in … Continue reading Ellie’s communications career blossoms
AFL Media reporter Marc McGowan is kicking goals in his journalism career. After juggling study … Continue reading Marc kicking goals in sports journalism
Having worked for organisations such as the BBC, Al Jazeera English, Fairfax and News Corp, … Continue reading Nicole’s love of journalism takes her around the world
Jack Cannon counts himself lucky to be a producer for Fox Footy, and hopes to … Continue reading Real-world experience invaluable for Jack
From writing on all things AFL to travelling overseas to cover eSports competitions, Max Laughton … Continue reading Max lands dream job in sports journalism
Herald Sun footy expert Kate Salemme spends her days tracking the movements of AFL footballers … Continue reading Kate enjoys the pace of tracking AFL stories
What does it take to get a job in journalism in Asia – and why is Hong Kong so vital to the global news industry? In this unit, students will travel to the Asian media capital to explore why this world city is the big draw for news companies from around the globe.
Monash University students, graduates and staff have stamped their authority on Australian journalism to claim three Quill awards and three high commendations in the coveted 2016 Melbourne Press Club awards.
Colleen Murrell, a senior lecturer in the journalism department at Monash University, spent part of January and February this year interviewing media editors in Sydney, London and Paris for a research project. The Times editor, John Witherow (pictured left), offers great advice for student journalists.
Monash University journalism graduate Nathan Lay has landed an impressive role at the Western Bulldogs, working as the social media and digital coordinator for the AFL’s reigning premier. Nathan interned at St Kilda to prepare for his great opportunity.
From creating a documentary in Norway to producing a 10 week radio show, we spoke with Joel Smith about his study experience at Monash and how he landed his dream job at Tennis Australia.
Monash University students, graduates and staff have been named finalists – eight times – in the coveted Melbourne … Continue reading Monash journalism’s strong showing in the Quills
Monash journalism graduate Chloe Strahan first studied health studies and occupational therapy before realising that … Continue reading Chloe aspires to a mainstream broadcast career
Monash University Adjunct Professor Monika Djerf-Pierre is working on research projects with her fellow colleagues in … Continue reading Getting to know … Professor Monika Djerf-Pierre
Melbourne journalist Alana Mitchelson scored an international fellowship soon after graduating from Monash. Since then, … Continue reading Alana lands key reporting role at The New Daily
Screening Melbourne, an exciting conference and events program, was held in the the CBD recently, which involved moving attendees through the city to experience its history, materiality and contemporary complexity.
Motoring writer Justin Hilliard scored his dream job at GoAutoMedia after graduating with a Master of … Continue reading Justin Hilliard scores dream journalism job
Death or Liberty, the screen adaptation of the history of political rebels and radicals transported as convicts to Australia, toured to the UK and Ireland in December 2016. The documentary is adapted from the book Death or Liberty: Rebels and Radicals Transported to Australia 1788-1868, written by Associate Professor Tony Moore from the School of Media, Film and Journalism.
Monash Arts Film & Screen Studies PhD alumni Sian Mitchell, Kirsten Stevens, Whitney Monaghan and Janice Loreck are behind the inaugural Melbourne Women in Film Festival (view the trailer) launching 3-4 March 2017 at Melbourne’s Treasury Theatre, the former State Film Centre.
Award-winning journalist, author and academic Margaret Simons will join the journalism department in Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism in July.
Australian Film Festivals: Audience, Place and Exhibition Culture is the first book to offer an in-depth examination of the history, operation, and growth of film festivals as a cultural phenomenon within Australia.
Film and Screen Studies’ Associate Professor Belinda Smaill has produced a book, Regarding Life: Animals and the … Continue reading Belinda Smaill launches her book Regarding Life
Monash University alumna Amy Foyster has a challenging workplace role, drawing on various skills she … Continue reading Amy combines digital skills with project management
Monash journalism graduate Phillipa Rust manages placements of intern candidates in more than 20 career … Continue reading Phillipa manages placements of international students
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.
Journalism graduate Juliana Mare says Monash University offered the most thorough journalism degree with the most … Continue reading Monash journalism offers great diversity: Juliana
Monash journalism graduate Morsal Bashir is a communications officer at Monash City Council. Morsal offers … Continue reading Real-world experience useful at Monash: Morsal
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.
By Dr Johan Lidberg In a post-truth world where ‘alternative facts’ are now peddled by leaders … Continue reading Donald Trump supporters play with nationalistic fire
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.
Researchers Sally Young and Fay Anderson pose the question: will changes in technology spell the end of traditional press photography?