Adroid and Apple systems have been battling each other in a dramatic warfare. Each side has sustained blows, but this vicious dispute still wages. When comparing apps, the tools of a successful online journalist, the conclusion is debatable. Marissa Calligeros said that reporters from major news organisations in Brisbane generally employ iPads or iPhones. This […]
Online journalists walk a fine line on the precarious edge of the nature of comments, which have the potential to create invaluable interactivity or propel you into the vile world of trolling. Ombudsman for Nieman Reports Alicia Shepard debated that when audiences commented on Nieman reports they often write messages that are “thoughtful, engaging or provocative”. However, […]
Listen to my interview with Professor Harvey Whiteford who holds the Kratzmann Chair of Psychiatry and Population Health and is the lead investigator at the University of Queensland about the recent announcement that there will be a Centre of Research Excellence for Mental Health opening at UQ.
The main innovation of online journalism is the speed and immediacy that information can be relayed. Journalists now have in indispensible ability to produce news almost instantaneously as an event occurs. Marissa Calligeros (@marissa_sc), the breaking news reporter at the brisbanetimes.com.au, is immersed in this new journalistic culture and employs a variety of tools in […]
When I found myself tweeting about making pizza I knew I had become one of ‘those’ twitter people. I had become one of those people who considered that any menial activity or random thought was worthy of an international public announcement. However Spencer Howson (@SpencerHowson), the 612 ABC Brisbane morning presenter, debated that twitter – […]
Listen to my interview with Jessica Payne on the Equal Love Rally in Brisbane City.