Posts Tagged ‘Journalism’
Do alternative news sites present a serious challenge to the mainstream global news agenda?
The Internet has made information and communication much more accessible to people all over the world (Boyd-Barrett 2000, p. 302). This has led to the growth of alternative websites, including a (Read more...)
The last time I did an academic degree – my BA (Honours) in Film – I didn’t save most of my essays. Today I only have two of them to look back on (one on The Big Bang Theory and one on True Blood) and I kind of regret not having saved the rest, especially since back then I briefly touched on t (Read more...)
The following was first published on Asian Correspondent:
Former Speaker of Parliament Michael Palmer’s sudden resignation made shock waves in Singapore. But even though this sudden turn of events raised many important questions – such as whether Singapore will once again see a by-election – many in (Read more...)
From what I understand, The Big Story is a section in The Straits Times’ website that features coverage of longer-term issues, stories that cannot be told or resolved in just one or two articles, but require sustained attention and analysis.
But if you look at this particular Big Story on uni (Read more...)
I have never been to journalism school. Sure, I have a Bachelor of Media Arts (Communications), but beyond the basic core modules of the first year I never took a journalism class – I didn’t even take Intro to Journalism, opting to take Intro to Photography in my final year, thinking it would (Read more...)