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Australian Press Council chair David Weisbrot has announced his resignation after fierce media criticism of the Council's decision to appoint Indigenous activist Carla McGrath as a public member.
The Australian Press Council is calling on media to stand firm against the alarming erosion of access to information, privacy and protection of sources.
Applications sought for scholarship in hostile environments safety training
Since taking over as chair of the Australian Press Council in March, Professor David Weisbrot has proved an
energetic and outspoken supporter of journalism at a time of great challenges to the industry.
Journalists Peter Greste and Gerard Ryle recognised on World Press Freedom Day
The Australian Press Council has appointed former senior federal bureaucrat Neville Stevens as its new chair.
The Alliance for Journalists' Freedom calls for Australia to use its UN Human Rights Commission leverage as global press freedom trends downwards.
Melbourne Press Club committee member and senior partner at Minter Ellison, Peter Bartlett, has written a review of events in media law as part of the 2013 Walkley Press Freedom Report. Here is his summary of how media law is developing.
All the latest media movements from AAP.
Sonia Kruger leaves Nine for Seven, Audible's Rupert Murdoch podcast, and more.
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