Assignments are all done for this session! Meaning more videos! Time to have some fun and get to know each other better, well actually you get to know me better! If I could I would love to get coffee some time and get to know you all but I am not one hundred percent sure I … Continue reading 20 Random Questions
Hey Lauren!… It’s your good old pal Lauren here. So, You have to write a philosophical piece about your future aspirations and I’m here to first give you a little tough love… but then I will surely come around and give you some good lovin’. Not everyone is going to like what you create. Not … Continue reading Philosophy of Journalism Statement. I don’t know.
Scott McIntyre, a former SBS sports reporter specialising in soccer, took to Twitter on the 25th of April, 2015 ; An extremely important day for Australia known as ANZAC day to express his uncensored opinions. Companies in todays society heavily suggest that their journalists have an online presence within all social media, to broaden their audience and … Continue reading I am not going to say what I want to say – Censorship
Don’t get me wrong, I love ‘the Footy show’… But where is ‘The Netty show’ or the five women and one token male sitting around a table talking about sport show? Australia is a country revolving around sport, whether it be AFL, cricket or tennis; Australia loves to throw a ball around or two. We … Continue reading Girls… Lets talk about Sports.
The World of Entertainment Journalism. I sat down with four out spoken Journalism students studying at the University of Wollongong to discuss their future aspirations and current issues within journalism. All four students shared a common passion and interest in the area of Entertainment journalism and were eager to express their concerns in their chosen path. … Continue reading Let Me Entertain You – Robbie Williams Style
Riley Jones. “They had no small packets and I wanted chips. So I compromised I guess” ” I try and envelope my life in comedy, rather than the other way.” Riley Jones uses comedy as a way to escape, to not take things too seriously and to have a laugh. At the age of 18 years … Continue reading Calling Doctor Jones
The hustle and bustle of students making their way from one side of the University of Wollongong campus to the other can be very intense. Though in the midst of this organised chaos there is a sense of serenity and calmness, sitting on one of the many grassed areas surrounded by trees. One of the … Continue reading Student Life – Chillin’, Eatin’ and having a Great time