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Statement: Support for Journalism without fear or favour

The Melbourne Press Club recognises and supports World Press Freedom Day on 3 May.

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Emergency support to help regional print media survive in Victoria

The Victorian government has announced an advertising boost through regional media organisations

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Support the SLV Bruce Postle Archive Appeal

The State Library are fundraising to acquire the Bruce Postle photography archive

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MPC expresses support for striking Fairfax journalists

The Press Club declares sympathy for journalists at The Age and Sydney Morning Herald who have called a week-long strike in the face of staff cuts.

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Press Club urges support for Lindt Café memorial charity

The Melbourne Press Club is promoting support for the Katrina Dawson Foundation.

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Webinar series: The battle against mis/disinformation

It's the curse of the information age - the 'facts' that aren't what they claim to be, the 'statements' that seem reliable but aren't. This is the challenge for journalists and media workers - identifying and dealing with misinformation and disinformation. 

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Are you ready to cover traumatic news?

Covering traumatic incidents can impact media workers and their peers as well as their managers. It can even affect their loved ones. Those impacts may be transient or persistent, immediate, delayed or long-term.

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AI: After the Chat

In an information environment where Artificial Intelligence is becoming all-pervasive, how do journalists and the broader media industry come to terms with AI chatbots' impact on their work? What can corporate Australia's embrace of AI reveal about how the media can navigate this new era? And what do journalists need to understand about how AI impacts their relationships with organisations who traditionally rely on the media for reaching their audience?

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Away from capital cities, covering traumatic news presents extra challenges

When covering tragedies, disasters or multiple distressing news stories – beyond experiences and reactions that metropolitan-based media workers have – there are, unquestionably, additional challenges and risks for regional and remote journalists, as the Dart Centre Asia Pacific explains.

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29th Quills: Excellence in Science, Medical and Health Reporting, sponsored by University of Melbour

Sherryn Groch of The Age has won the Excellence in Science, Medical and Health Reporting Quill with “Journey into the deep sea”.

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