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The Fight to Defend Quality Journalism

Meet the new Press Council Chair Neville Stevens

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Press freedom plumbs fresh depths in Southeast Asia

The latest World Press Freedom Index highlights increasing insecurity for journalists working around Southeast Asia, writes Luke Hunt.

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AAP Medianet - 11 May 2017

New Yahoo7 Head of Brand, Australian Museum expedition to save a stick insect and Isaiah Firebrace heads to Eurovision

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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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AAP Medianet - 1 September 2016

Huffington Post Australia CEO joins Fairfax Media and SBS gets a rebranding. 

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New prize to honour Harry Gordon

The Melbourne Press Club will create a new national journalism prize – the Australian Sports Journalist of the Year Award – to honour Harry Gordon.

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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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Chapter 1: The search for a well

Journalists were never great club people, not in the traditional sense. Instead, they liked their pubs. 

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Chapter 6. Lazarus rises

The year was 1995 and Jim Clarke was worried. The club could not go on the way it was. Everything had been tried — subsidised lunches, tearful appeals on notice boards, wild Christmas parties. However, he did have an idea. Why not get someone in charge who had real clout, someone with a high profile, someone who could steer real resources their way.

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