21 September 2016

Fact or Fiction: Does Anybody Care?

Our Graduate Diploma Journalism students presents this symposium where you will hear from working journalists and editors debate the changing nature of journalism and the challenges for media operators and teachers at a time of disruption.

As media fragments and consumers morph into producers, and unfiltered “news” floods the internet, the symposium hopes to address questions such as; how is journalism changing? Is it still possible for objective, independent journalism in a time of such change? Do people know the difference between fact and opinion?

The panel will be made up of:

  • Mark Baker - CEO, Press Club Melbourne
  • Helen Trinca - Managing Editor, The Australian
  • Misha Katchell - Managing Editor, The Conversation
  • Jane Wardell - Bureau Chief, Reuters Australia & New Zealand.

The symposium will be held from 6-8pm on Monday 10 October at State Library of Victoria, Village Roadshow Theatrette, Entrance 3, 179 La Trobe Street, Melbourne.

To register a spot, go to RMIT Journalism Symposium - Fact or Fiction: Does Anybody Care?

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