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2018 Quills: The VicHealth Quill for Coverage of Women in Sport

Samantha Lane of The Age has won the inaugural VicHealth Quill for Coverage of Women in Sport

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2018 Quill Awards Finalists

See the full list of 2018 Quill award finalists

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AAP Medianet - 14 February 2019

Private Media to launch new investigative journalism venture with John B Fairfax; Buzzfeed Oz GM Simon Crerar laid off during ongoing global redundancies

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AAP Medianet - 22 February 2018

All your latest media industry news

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AAP Medianet - 8 February

Editorial changes at HuffPost, Crikey associate editor Bhakti Puvanenthiran in focus and free concerts coming up at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl & St Kilda festival.

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AAP Medianet - 30 November 2017

Meg Watson to join Crikey as Associate Editor; The Australian announces several new appointments; Michael Smith announced as new AFR China correspondent

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AAP Medianet - 13 July 2017

Buzzfeed recruits journalists, Patricia Karvelas talks stories and Melbourne Spring Fashion Week launches on Wednesday 19 July.

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AAP Medianet - 6 July 2017

Nicole Byers to edit the Australian Women's Weekly, Media Watch story editor Jason Whittaker in the spotlight and National Diabetes Week starts on 9 July.

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Legal Update for Journalists - 2013 Press Freedom Report

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.

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Redundancies herald a new age

Like so many in Melbourne’s media, Seven News reporter Kate Osborn was shocked when people she’d admired and worked alongside began snapping up redundancies. The loss of experience was impossible to fathom. So, a few months on, how has the industry fared? And what hope remains for the future and those of us left?

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