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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.
Peter Greste says it's laudable that the government recognises the threats to media freedom embedded in the law, but the answers in the review are more of the same: a set of band aids, rather than a comprehensive cure.
Our courts are filled with compelling stories of colourful characters, fights for justice and societal change - but the court reporting round also poses plenty of challenges if you’re not familiar with how the system works.
Bridget Brennan, Brooke Fryer, Suzanne Dredge and Stephanie Zillman of Four Corners/ABC News won the 2022 Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting Quill for “How Many More?”
Trigby Chvastek of Nine News won the 2019 TV Camera Work (Shot of the Year) Quill for coverage of the arrest of Jonathan Dick
Mimi Becker of Nine Network's A Current Affair won the 2019 TV/Video Feature (Short Form) Quill for 'Teachers Under Attack'
The Herald Sun Journalists who broke and led the coverage of the Lawyer X scandal have won the 2018 Gold Quill Award
Anthony Dowsley and Patrick Carlyon of Herald Sun won the 2018 Gold Quill
Tineka Everaardt of Nine Network's A Current Affair won the 2018 TV/Video Feature (Short Form) Quill for 'Inside Court'
MPC Election Forum told mandatory sentencing won’t solve violent offending
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