Despite much gloom written about the future of journalism, it’s still a growth area. KOREN HARVEY reports, in the final of a series based on a journalism study tour to the major international newsrooms in Hong Kong.
Where should a graduate journalist start out? HANNAH HILL talks to the experts, in the second in a series that grew out of a Monash journalism study tour to leading international newsrooms in Hong Kong.
What will it take to forge a career in journalism into the future? In the first of a Mojo series that emerged from a journalism study trip to Hong Hong, JAMES MANTON talked to some industry heavyweights to find out.
A bomb attack is all in a day’s work for war correspondents and photojournalists. GERARD ESCAICH FOLCH talks to journalists who choose to take their lives in their hands on a daily basis.
A VICE documentary maker revealed the joys and pressures of his trade in a lecture for Monash University Journalism students this week. AMBER SCHULTZ reports
Four of our most prominent female sports writers and commentators had lots to say at a Women in Media panel discussion about women’s role in sport, football and the challenges still ahead.
Monash University students have starred in the Ossie Awards for student journalism, winning five categories and being highly commended in three. This was the strongest performance by students at any institution. Congratulations to all of them for excellent work.
Journalism students open up about their hopes and fears for the future in their chosen field.
In this episode of Generation J, we look at the complexities of court reporting. How did one of the core tenets of journalism, to hold the justice system accountable, became a side show?
Here is mojo’s list of stories that struck a chord with readers over the past year. They were shared and viewed in their thousands!
Now it’s your turn to pick your favourite. At the Mojo Awards night on Friday, September 23, the most popular story will be named.