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Under editor Esmé Fenston, by the end of the 1950s, the Australian Women’s Weekly was selling over 805,000 copies a week.
Visual narratives have a powerful hold over us and, like the metaphoric train wreck, we are finding it increasingly difficult to look away.
If you use social media, the chances are you see (and forward) some of the more than 3.2 billion images and 720,000 hours of video shared daily. When faced with such a glut of content, how can we know what’s real and what’s not?
Rrecent research shows increasing numbers of people are also going to Instagram for their news.
The challenges have renewed interest in the phenomenon of “news deserts”.
Here is a 5-step plan to move it along
In this series, The Conversation looks at under-acknowledged women through the ages.
The insidious problem of online violence against women journalists is increasingly spilling offline with potentially deadly consequences, a global survey suggests.