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Title Future of journalism [sound recording]
Published 2004

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 W'PONDS  070.4 Coj/Our  Pt.13 2004/11/20  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE
 W'PONDS  070.4 Coj/Our  Pt.13 2004/11/20  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE
Description 1 sound disc (30 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in
Series Cultures of journalism ; part 13
Lifelong learning (Radio program)
Summary In this final program, academic advisor to the series Michael Meadows chairs a discussion on the future of journalism. Former journalist Barbie Zelizer, from the Annenburg School of Communication at Pennsylvania University, talks from the perspective of her research, which has focused authority, collective memory and journalistic images in times of crisis and war. Investigative journalist and Gold Walkley award winner, Chris Masters, offers a perspective from his 40 year career in journalism. And Andrew Bolt, co-editor and columnist with the Herald Sun newspaper in Melbourne, contributes from his many years of experience as both a journalist and a commentator
Notes Off-air recording of ABC (Radio National) broadcast November 20, 2004. Copied under Part VA of the Copyright Act
Credits Producer: Donna McLachlan
Subject Journalism
Author McLachlan, Donna
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Radio National)