Music & Journalism: Playing Too Rough

2/9/2016 Music shares tension with journalism. Lust, too. Their relationship is a symbiotic one, at best, but it has a tendency to start licking and then biting its own tail just a bit too hard. But without journalism, music might be left throwing its own parade. Music journalism is more than criticism, though these terms … Continue reading Music & Journalism: Playing Too Rough

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Reporting the Underworld: A Cross-Platform Analysis of Crime in Journalism

20/3/2016 In recent years journalism has seen a dramatic shift in the way content is sourced, produced and received. The rapid growth and expansion of the internet can be largely credited for the diversification of journalism; growing one step ahead of a cultural shift that would force the industry to change and meet its demands. … Continue reading Reporting the Underworld: A Cross-Platform Analysis of Crime in Journalism

Breaking The News: Foreign Correspondents in South-East Asia & China

15/5/2016 In its purest form journalism is a vessel through which citizens are made aware of pertinent information. Journalists act as pokers and prodders of government and, often, canaries in the coal mine. Freedom of the press and free speech are widely considered to be one of the fundamental tenets of democracy in the modern … Continue reading Breaking The News: Foreign Correspondents in South-East Asia & China