Women in Media and the Google News Initiative have teamed up to offer this unique program.
Her intellectual courage shaped journalism, biographies and Helen Garner.
She describes the seismic impact on the live music industry as COVID-19 restrictions shut down the country.
The scholarship is an annual 14-week paid internship for applicants aged 28 years or younger looking to develop broadcast journalism skills.
We ask members of our community about their role, achievements, and perfect day at work.
With the sudden death of Carla Zampatti, Australia has lost perhaps its most successful and loved fashion designer.
In Australia, 1600 women are sexually harassed every working day and only 200 of those report it.
Access to information is the route to empowerment and, in Mali, radio remains the main source of information.
The 2019 Caroline Jones Women in Media Young Journalist’s Award winner, Virginia Tapscott, recognised again as a top achiever.
Women in Media members share their best advice.
Antoinette Lattouf isn’t afraid to stand up for what she believes in, advocating for change in the Australian media landscape.
Emma Macdonald recognises that perhaps one of her best skills is juggling.
We ask members of our community about their challenges, achievements, and mentors.
The journalist and presenter wants to arm people with knowledge.
From a small town to the big smoke, Shelly Horton has climbed career ladder.
There is always something happening in the world of fashion and Glynis Traill-Nash is likely to have the inside word.
The bloke crossed the wide, open floor of The Age newspaper Christmas party — smart-arse smile, arms wide, that 2am sway.
Claire Harvey calls journalism the ‘family business’ and it never occurred her to do anything else.
Narelda Jacobs broke ground as the first female Indigenous anchor for an Australian commercial network.
So often I look westward for wisdom. That is where Women in Media was founded.
We ask members of our community about their future, perfect day, and biggest challenges.