[csaa-forum] Media at Sydney, Journalism culture in transformative times: A study of Australian journalists in a changing media environment, Folker Hanusch , Friday 10 October
Cesar Albarran Torres
cesar.albarrantorres at sydney.edu.au
Fri Sep 26 08:39:04 ACST 2014
Media at Sydney presents
Dr Folker Hanusch
Queensland University of Technology
Journalism culture in transformative times: A study of Australian journalists in a changing media environment
Based on the first representative survey of Australian journalists in 20 years, this presentation will provide a snapshot of Australian journalism culture during tumultuous times. Journalism here, as in most Western societies, is undergoing an intensive period of transformation. Key social, technological and economic developments have affected the way news is produced and consumed, arguably leading to changes in journalistic cultures. Economic considerations have led to newsrooms becoming smaller, while often producing more news, on more platforms. Increased competition for audiences and advertisers is influencing journalistic decision-making, and – according to critics – a decrease in the quality of news. New media outlets, as well as so-called citizen journalists are further challenging journalists’ status as society’s authorised storytellers. In this seminar Folker Hanusch will demonstrate and discuss some of the significant changes in the journalistic workforce, and provide an overview of journalists’ professional and ethical concerns, ideas of job satisfaction, and perceptions of the changes that have occurred in the industry.
Date: Friday 10th October, 2014
Location: S226 Seminar Room, Department of Media and Communications, University of Sydney, John Woolley Building (A20)<http://db.auth.usyd.edu.au/directories/map/building.stm?ref=d08h15> level 2, entry off Manning Road.
Please register that you will attend at: http://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/journalism-culture-in-transformative-times-a-study-of-australian-journalists-in-a-changing-media-tickets-13300128041
Folker Hanusch is a Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow in Journalism at Queensland University of Technology. His research focuses on journalism culture, comparative communication research, Indigenous journalism, lifestyle and travel journalism, as well as news media and suffering. He has authored more than 60 journal articles and conference papers on these topics, and authored or edited four books. Folker is heavily involved in cross-national collaborative research projects. He serves on the Executive Committee of the Worlds of Journalism Study, and co-leads the 30-country study Journalism Students Across the Globe.
Media at Sydney is presented by the
Department of Media and Communications<http://sydney.edu.au/arts/media_communications/>, University of Sydney
For more information contact
Dr Fiona Martin
T: 0428391122 or 02 90365098
E: fiona.martin at sydney.edu.au<https://webmail.sydney.edu.au/owa/UrlBlockedError.aspx>
M: 0428 391 122
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