Salonee Mistry last night look out the Gold Mojo award for most outstanding story of the year in any medium at the 2018 Mojo Awards.
Despite the rise of robot journalism, humans will remain vital for quality and investigative work. MOJO reporters had a closer look
Monash University’s 2017 New York Field School has been an eye-opening opportunity for journalism, media and communications Masters students, who provided this picture essay on their experience.
Monash’s large number of Chinese media students had a taste of home with a visit from a major Chinese media company last week. XINHUI WANG reports
Matilda Boseley has capped off a big year by winning the Gold Mojo for her outstanding contribution to Mojo News in 2017. The awards, which recognised students’ achievements across a range of categories across text, video and audio, were announced on Friday night.
How difficult is it to create a start-up company in Shanghai? Fan Zhang, CEO of Chinese co-working social media platform Mozzos, offers advice to media students eager to enter this space. JOCELYN WANG reports.
From struggling aspiring journalist to executive producer and show host for ABC RN, Beverley Wang’s career has remarkable depth. Tonight she is speaking at the Creative Directions media festival at Monash University, on diversity in the creative and media industries. AMELIA LIM reports
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.