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Media coverage in conflict is disinforming Australians

The conflict between Israel and Gaza continues, and it’s developing a conversation in Australia about its media coverage. Usually, the pro-Palestine movement is portrayed as anti-Jewish, and making sense of the disaster usually doesn’t help in its media coverage.  Image: Image supplied by the Tzedek Collective in Australia Produced By: Nicky Page Featured In Story: …

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Antenna Awards 2023: celebrating diversity and inclusivity in media

In the 2023 Antenna Awards, diversity takes centre stage as they celebrate voices often overlooked in mainstream media, such as First Nations stories and LGBTQI+ voices. Community television has a long history of supporting inclusivity. With the introduction of the CTV+ Program of the Year award, they’re making their content more accessible to a wider …

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Murdoch’s Departure: The Media Empire’s Legacy on Journalism and Politics

Last week, At age 92, media mogul Rupert Murdoch announced his departure as chairman of Fox Corporation and News Corp.  However, it’s reported Murdoch will stay on as chairman emeritus, to guide his eldest son, Lachlan, as new head of the firm. Murdoch’s media empire  continues to have, a profound impact on the journalism industry. …

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Controversy surrounds Gold Logie win amid diversity debate

The Logies are Australian tv’s night of nights and has always courted controversy. This year Sonia Kruger won the Gold Logie which raised eyebrows too many who found her comments regarding Muslim’s extremely divisive. As the news and media industries begin to address diversity a research by University of Canberra suggest more needs to be …

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One third of women in media considering leaving their jobs: report

A new report has found more than half of women in the media industry are dissatisfied or unsure about their careers.  The industry insight report released today by Women In Media also found a third of women are considering leaving their job in media in the next twelve months.  The report identifies consistent barriers faced …

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