I guess she won’t be writing the memoir
Defamation laws are having a chilling effect on non-fiction books, making it hard to get behind the scenes of big stories, says University of Melbourne expert.
Defining the power of public interest journalism
A University of Melbourne expert says the recent police raids on Australian journalists highlight the modern importance of public interest journalism.
Why investigative journalism matters more than ever
In this episode of the University of Melbourne's Eavesdrop on Experts podcast, Walter Robinson from the Boston Globe discusses investigative reporting.
Whose fake news?
We chat to Washington Post op-ed columnist Dana Milbank about fake news, Russian Hackers and the ethics of Wikileaks.
A decade of digital disruption
Outgoing ABC Managing Director Mark Scott joins University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Professor Glyn Davis to discuss the future of public broadcasting.
Regulating the media in a changing environment
The Government's role in media regulation in a rapidly-changing environment is at the centre of this podcast hosted by Professor Glyn Davis.
Shock of new media shakes policy landscape
Technology has given consumers access to an unprecedented amount of news and information, but sustaining quality remains the challenge for media companies.
How TV policy tuned out
The political carve-up of Australian commercial TV among the media barons meant too many licenses and a business where Australian content was unsustainable.
Video: A graphic way to tell the story of tsunami
VCA filmmaker Irene Metter tells the story of journalist John Bailey who is creating a graphic novel based on real stories of the 2011 Tsunami in Japan.