You are the Future
30 August 2012

New News: You are the Future” brought Andy Carvin (NPR), Sandra Hanchard (Swinburne Institute for Social Research) and Hal Crawford (Editor-in-Chief of Ninemsn) together to discuss what it means to be a journalist in the digital age. Patrick Hutchens reports.

Eden Riley
29 August 2012

A panel of journalists and bloggers sat down to learn what they could teach each other now the online world has made them bedfellows. Georgina Galbraith reports.

Crowdsourcing a new publication
27 August 2012

Three journalists, one businessman, a health professional and an audience. One hour to create a new online publication. Can they do it? Katherine Bransgrove reports.

Andy Carvin and Margaret Simons
27 August 2012

With only a phone, a laptop and a Twitter account, Andy Carvin reported on the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions from his home in Washington DC. Bridget Fitzgerald went along to hear Carvin give his speech on Tweeting the Arab Spring, to close the New News conference.

New Media's Upstarts
25 August 2012

As traditional media outlets face the reality of failing business models some journalists are finding favour in online startups with a twist. Katherine Bransgrove reports on 'New Media's Upstarts'.

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You are the Future
30 August 2012

New News: You are the Future” brought Andy Carvin (NPR), Sandra Hanchard (Swinburne Institute for Social Research) and Hal Crawford (Editor-in-Chief of Ninemsn) together to discuss what it means to be a journalist in the digital age. Patrick Hutchens reports.

Eden Riley
29 August 2012

A panel of journalists and bloggers sat down to learn what they could teach each other now the online world has made them bedfellows. Georgina Galbraith reports.

Crowdsourcing a new publication
27 August 2012

Three journalists, one businessman, a health professional and an audience. One hour to create a new online publication. Can they do it? Katherine Bransgrove reports.

Andy Carvin and Margaret Simons
27 August 2012

With only a phone, a laptop and a Twitter account, Andy Carvin reported on the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions from his home in Washington DC. Bridget Fitzgerald went along to hear Carvin give his speech on Tweeting the Arab Spring, to close the New News conference.

New Media's Upstarts
25 August 2012

As traditional media outlets face the reality of failing business models some journalists are finding favour in online startups with a twist. Katherine Bransgrove reports on 'New Media's Upstarts'.

Textbook Journalism
25 August 2012

A panel of academics joined with students from the University of Melbourne and Monash University for a candid discussion on teaching journalism. Charlotte Ryan reports.

Tweets from the Street
25 August 2012

While some hail the Twittersphere as a perfect vehicle for citizen journalism others warn legal potholes await the novice traveller. Gina Xing reported from the New News “Tweets from the Streets” panel.

Claire Davie, Sasha Frere-Jones and Alison Croggon
25 August 2012

How are professional reviewers faring in the brave new world of social media and blogging where everyone has an opinion? Charlotte Ryan reports.

Living with the Fink
25 August 2012

The Australian media has spent much of 2012 in the spotlight with the release of the Independent Media Inquiry, also known as the Finkelstein Review, and the Convergence Review. Bridget Fitzgerald reports on what it is like “Living with the Fink”.

Tweets from the Street
25 August 2012

What does the title “journalist” mean in an age where anyone can publish a blog, post a tweet or tell their friends on Facebook? Are twitter users sources or journalists? Wes Mountain reports.