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Thursday, August 31 • 16:10 - 16:45
Short stories: Projects that are making a difference

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Mobile journalism: storytelling, democratised
Corinne Podger, Macleay College

Empowering Tiny Moguls: Making news for young people that encourages them to take action, find solutions and connect to supportive communities.
Sheree Jackson, founder, Tiny Moguls

Credible clickbait: Helping people connect with science
Dr Melanie Bagg, director of communications & outreach, Australian Academy of Science

Not 'Just Words': how to find and tell difficult stories working with sound
2ser developed an investigative, narrative based podcast series titled 'Just Words' that went behind the hype and headlines of the Racial Discrimination Act. Discover the things you need to consider when making a long form podcast about complex, live issues.
Emma Lancaster, executive producer, Just Words, 2SER

Protecting journalism sources in the digital age: Five key takeaways for journalists & editors from UNESCO's global study
Julie Posetti, journalist & academic

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Melanie Bagg

Director of Communications & Outreach, Australian Academy of Science
Dr Melanie Bagg is a PhD qualified medical research scientist turned science communicator. She has recently joined the Australian Academy of Science as Director of Communications and Outreach. Prior to that, Melanie was manager of Business Development at the Australian Science Media... Read More →
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Sheree Joseph

Founder, writer & editor, Tiny Moguls
Sheree Joseph is a writer, editor and social media guru. Recently she was the editor of The Vocal, a Fairfax experiment in solutions journalism. She managed social media at Junkee Media, ran the digital communications at Village Roadshow and founded the editorial department at Groupon... Read More →
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Emma Lancaster

Executive producer, Just Words, 2SER
Emma Lancaster is an award winning multi-platform journalist. She has a Master of Arts in Journalism and was most recently working at ABC Radio National as a researcher for the ABC's true crime podcast Trace and long form investigative program Background Briefing. She joined  2SER as the Executive Producer of The Wire, community radio’s flagship national current affairs program in 2016.Radio and investigative journalism are her two passions. She loves the medium of audio as it allows her to tell cracking yarns and give a platform to voices... Read More →
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Corinne Podger

Director, Digital Skills Agency
Hi everyone! I'm an independent consultant teaching multimedia creation, strategic audience engagement and media monetisation. Since 2013, I've provided professional development training in over 40 countries. Prior to that I was a broadcast journalist with the BBC World Service and... Read More →
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Julie Posetti

Global Director of Research/Research Associate, ICFJ/Reuters Institute

Thursday August 31, 2017 16:10 - 16:45 AEST
Eternity Playhouse, Sydney 39 Burton St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010