Category Archive: Daily

Rodney Croome calls for marriage equality posters to be withdrawn

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“If you are genuinely committed to marriage equality, withdraw your poster”

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So you want to study media…

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Universities and TAFE colleges across Australia are currently preparing for their next influx of media, journalism, communications and PR students. If this is about to be you – there are thousands of young… Continue reading

Facebook and Twitter: It’s time to look after your users

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It’s the responsibility of broadcasters to provide referral to mental health services when topics of high risk are discussed, so why isn’t this the case with social media?

Big Brother’s Big Proposal

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Have Channel 9 indadvertedly become champions for marriage equality?

Creating a youth led movement

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  What does “Youth Led” mean? A group of people with a shared vision for change, with the predominant decision makers aged between 15-30 years old. Such groups encourage community participation and engagement, and… Continue reading

The Hamster Wheel – Youth In The Media

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The Chaser take on “Youth In The Media”

Is Kingsmill too old for triple j?

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Is triple j Music Director Richard Kingsmill too old for Australia’s national youth broadcaster? EMMI writer Andrew Auld wonders if it might be the case: At 48, Richard Kingsmill is where most driven… Continue reading

Life at nineteen

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SBS TV’s Insight has been conducting its own “Up” series style experiment following the lives of young Australians from a diverse range of backgrounds. Their 2012 episode Nineteen provides a great insight into… Continue reading

Blog you like a hurricane

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The most insightful information to come out of Hurricane Sandy has been that of everyday people blogging about the disaster from their many individual points of view.

How are young people faring in Australia?

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One of the most important parts of improving the lives of young people in any country is good research.