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Statement from Melbourne Press Club on Facebook

We are deeply concerned that Facebook’s actions are limiting Australians access to high-quality news information

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Google and Facebook can and must be controlled: Sims

ACCC chief urges government action to defend consumers and media diversity

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Facebook to fact-check and adapt standards

Facebook signals change in approach to moderation and misinformation.

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APC endorses European call for Facebook dialogue

As a global publisher in all but name, Facebook needs to review and reveal its editorial policy, the Australian Press Council says.

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The courts, the world cup and more – photos from our recent events

Relive recent Melbourne Press Club events with these galleries.

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The Edit | Podcasting: great journalism for the ears

Hear from our three guests – Janak Rogers, Jo Lauder and Richard Baker – on what it takes to transform a podcast into a memorable piece of journalism.

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Media Bargaining Code 2.0 – Canada follows us down the rocky road

Canada’s Online News Act has the country butting heads with search and social giants, and media bargaining trendsetter Australia could learn from the tweaks made to its playbook.

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Mirrors and daggers: How journalists pay the price of 24/7 screen access

Australia’s access to high-level journalism skills and resources could lead it becoming an Asia Pacific hub for modelling and promoting solutions to technology-facilitated violence (TFV).

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See the 2023 State Budget Lunch with Tim Pallas MP

Presented by the Melbourne Press Club and Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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Our latest celebration: the 28th Quills

A moving, deeply researched and compelling story about the femicide crisis among First Nations women has won the prestigious Gold Quill at the Melbourne Press Club’s 28th Quill awards.

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