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Journo unpacks the news, so you understand how it's made, disseminated and consumed. Ride shotgun with the world's best journalists as they explore the stories behind the headlines. Nick Bryant brings in-depth analysis of the issues, opportunities and challenges facing journalists and the media industry. Journo is brought to you by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas and Deadset Studios.
 
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Listen at JNI is a place for stimulating discussion and rational debate of the issues shaping our world. Join journalists, writers, academics, political and community leaders, and inspirational thinkers as we dive into the biggest ideas in journalism and beyond. Listen at JNI is produced by the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas.
 
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SBS started as a radio service in 1975 broadcasting in a handful of languages. Today it broadcasts in more than 60 languages and has recently launched a new 24-hour multilingual news channel and a service to help migrants learn English. JNI's Andrew Griffits spoke with SBS' Director of Audio and Language Content, David Hua, to find out more about t…
 
“I’ve always stopped to think — well, you're a little brat from the back blocks of Brisbane and you're about to interview Paul McCartney. That is really rare. It’s very, very special.” Leigh Sales is a towering figure in Australian journalism, and after almost 12 years as the anchor of the ABC’s flagship current affairs program, 7.30, she has decid…
 
In 2021, News Corp’s tabloids in Australia made a stunning announcement. For the month leading up to the Glasgow climate summit, they would be running a nationwide campaign on how to tackle climate change. Cries of hypocrisy rang out from pundits all over — including News Corps’ own — for this seeming about-face on the white-hot issue. So, was it a…
 
In this innovation highlight, JNI's David Skapinker talks to The Age's social affairs editor Jewel Topsfield and illustrator Matt Davidson about creating 'Jack's Story', an innovative, graphic novel-style story about a teenager struggling with his sexuality and isolation during Melbourne's Covid lockdown. Listen at JNI is a production of the Judith…
 
The West Australian's Editor-in-Chief Anthony De Ceglie delivered the second lecture in JNI's event series ‘The Editors’ at the Institute's Chippendale headquarters on June 2. Anthony De Ceglie is introduced here by the Judith Neilson Institute's Executive Director Mark Ryan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Australians have elected a new government and, in a campaign where journalists came under almost as much scrutiny as the politicians, is this a vote for change in how we report on elections too? "We want the press pack to insist on an answer. But I do think there were points in the campaign where the questioning went too far and in an unhelpful way…
 
7.30’s chief political correspondent Laura Tingle joined Malcolm Farr for the seventh episode of Inside the Media Scrum. This is the full recording of their discussion, in which they consider the final days of the election campaign, whether the media have covered the campaign well enough, and what Scott Morrison's absence from ABC programs means fo…
 
The election race has been run and won, and the media's performance has been one of the key talking points throughout the campaign. In the final episode of Inside the Media Scrum, Malcolm Farr and Amanda Copp look back at what the media got right and, in some cases, very wrong. They also ponder the future of campaign coverage and the next moves for…
 
“I always say in journalism that everything has changed and nothing has changed," says BBC foreign correspondent Lyse Doucet, who reported from Ukraine's capital Kyiv as Russian tanks rolled into the country. The war in Ukraine shows us that history never ends, and journalists are taking extraordinary risks in composing the first draft. A key battl…
 
7.30's chief political correspondent Laura Tingle joins Malcolm Farr in the latest episode of Inside the Media Scrum. Together they look at what's ahead in the final days of the election campaign, how the media have been performing, and what the Prime Minister's absence from ABC programs means for journalists and voters. See omnystudio.com/listener…
 
The Judith Neilson Institute brought together five acclaimed writers to share their longform storytelling tips — The Saturday Paper's Rick Morton, Good Weekend's Amanda Hooton, ABC Background Briefing's Mahmood Fazal, author and social researcher Rebecca Huntley, and former foreign correspondent and author Nick Bryant. The event coincided with the …
 
Powering Earth on green electricity is not fanciful thinking according to engineer and inventor Dr Saul Griffith. He has a plan for generating enough renewable energy to fuel our vast continent. And, according to the leading scientist, with some achievable tweaks to the world of business and the way we approach global capitalism, the transition awa…
 
With two weeks to go in the federal election campaign, is the media missing a trick by ignoring regional and rural issues and voters? Amanda Copp speaks with political journalist Jamieson Murphy from The Land about Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce's retail politics, and what the media is missing out on. Plus more on the gotcha moments that are puttin…
 
Veteran journalist Malcolm Farr, who has covered every election since 1993, and Amanda Copp, Political Reporter from the Community Radio Network's National Newsroom are taking you 'Inside the Media Scrum' during the Australian federal election campaign. They're looking at how and why the media is covering the election the way it is. There are weekl…
 
Malcolm Farr interviews Anthony De Ceglie, Editor-in-Chief of The West Australian, The Sunday Times, PerthNow.com.au and the entire Seven West Media stable of local papers in Western Australia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas
 
Malcolm Farr and Amanda Copp are together in Canberra dissecting the latest week of the federal election. Labor leader Anthony Albanese's COVID diagnosis, scare campaigns and the Solomon Islands all made the news this week, while the PM made a gaff. Or did he? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In an exclusive interview with Tory Maguire, Executive Editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Brisbane Times and WAtoday, Malcolm Farr delves into the decision making process behind coverage of the Australian federal election in one of the biggest newsrooms in the country. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age's Kate Geraghty and Anthony Galloway have recently returned from assignment in Ukraine, which the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas proudly supported. Over 6,000 kilometers, 100 checkpoints and dozens of remarkable photos and stories later, Kate and Anthony take you behind the coverage of one of…
 
Two of Australia’s most compelling and controversial leaders met on stage in a rare event to discuss the big issues of today at the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas on April 6. Former Prime Minister Paul Keating officially launched Indigenous leader Noel Pearson’s new book, Mission. After the launch, Pearson led a wide-ranging conv…
 
The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Idea's first international Journalist-in-Residence, Bill Grueskin, spent several weeks investigating Australia's News Media Bargaining Code — world-leading legislation designed to compel the most profitable tech companies to pay news publishers for their content. Grueskin, a professor at New York's Co…
 
Covering the cut and thrust of politics is one of the most thrilling jobs in journalism. But why are reporters misreading the mood of our nations? Brexit. Trump. Australia’s surprising 2019 election outcome — all resulted in plenty of soul-searching from political journalists. What if it’s more than just faulty polling — what if it’s a basic failur…
 
He is one of Washington’s most recognisable and influential journalists, who became even more well-known thanks to his facial expressions in that interview with US President Donald Trump in 2020. But it wasn’t an easy road for political reporter Jonathan Swan. The Aussie print journalist’s first ever TV interview was also with President Trump — onl…
 
“We have to recognise that the truth is often complex. And it's often elusive in some respects. And it's nuanced. That's not an excuse for enabling liars or for being complicit in propaganda campaigns.” From inside the Washington Post on the day the Drudge Report cracked open the Clinton scandal, through the digital disruption of the past 20 years,…
 
The daily press conference, Covid case numbers, border closures, reporting from your living room or from the silent streets of a locked down city. Barring world wars, has any event had a bigger impact on the way journalists do their jobs than this pandemic? Covid-19 has changed the way we live but also the way we cover news. For journalists, it’s m…
 
Our outlook and media consumption are increasingly global, but local journalism remains more important than ever — keeping communities connected, saving lives during disasters, and holding power to account in places where few lights shine. Within weeks of Australia's first COVID lockdown, in April 2020, more than 200 regional newspapers announced t…
 
“If you're targeted by Pegasus, you see nothing, you smell nothing, you taste nothing. You’re minding your own business, doing whatever it is that you do with your phone. And then it’s infected.” It might sound cloak-and-dagger, but cyber security expert John Scott-Railton says spyware poses a very real threat to journalists’ ability to do their jo…
 
China is closing its doors to foreign journalists just as it becomes the most interesting story in the world. So, is this all part of a strategy by China to control its own news at home and abroad? But with geopolitical tensions rising, China is not a place the world can afford to ignore. Nationalistic media reports produced under the watchful eye …
 
"You’ve got no one left to tell the story” warns Bilal Sarwary, legendary Afghan journalist, as he flees Kabul following death threats from the Taliban. Bilal’s not alone. He’s part of a new generation of journalists who’ve come of age since 9/11 who’ve been forced to abandon their homes and careers reporting on their homeland. Those reporters who …
 
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