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Is online destroying print?

Is online destroying print?
By Clare Antonello Flickr/blackbiscuits Online magazines and newspapers are the way of the future, which is leaving the print world in state of unease. The question is will print continue to last when its competition is making it so...

Why would anyone study journalism?

Why would anyone study journalism?
By Devon McGillicuddy News that Fairfax are dumping their two monthly inserts and will axe 45 jobs has  journalism students the country over questioning their decision to get into the unsteady industry. An article published on Crikey...

The race to be the best online going the same way as in print?

The race to be the best online going the same way as in print?
The future of journalism is heading away from print and towards online. Two of Australia’s largest newspapers, The Herald Sun and The Age, have battled it on the print stage for many years and now the fight is turning to online. The...

The end of the world – envisioning a paperless apocalypse

The end of the world - envisioning a paperless apocalypse
By Daniel Lawler Imagine a world without newspapers, without ink, a post-apocalyptic nightmare, a barren intellectual wasteland, where people fear to walk down their driveway and dirty newspapers blow through the streets – oh...

Newer Matilda: Independent news regains a lost voice

Newer Matilda: Independent news regains a lost voice
By Daniel Lawler NewMatilda.com has triumphantly announced its return to media analysis and general commentary after four months on the bench. Screengrab from http://newmatilda.com/ When the website shut its doors – or whatever...

All the good things in life are free.

All the good things in life are free.
By Marcellina Mardian Yesterday afternoon, I received sad news: Newmatilda.com is folding. What made the news even more saddening was that I found out about it through Crikey, the news site I happen to dislike; don’t ask why....