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[SOLD OUT] The Edit: Reporting on TikTok

TikTok has taken the online world by storm, with a claimed one billion users tuning into the social media platform for entertainment and information. So how can journalists break through the lip syncs and loops to tell the news and knock back misinformation?

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The Edit: Lessons from a professional freelancer

Freelance journalism may seem a daunting career choice, but once you find your feet it can be a rewarding one.

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The Edit: How to interview media trained talent

Matilda Marozzi speaks with the director of Melbourne University’s Centre for Advancing Journalism, Andrew Dodd, to get tips on how to get around media trained talent.

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The Edit: Responsible Reporting in the age of disinformation

The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to an onslaught of misinformation and disinformation propagated by those with vested interests.

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The Edit: How to pitch a story

How should you approach an editor, what do you cover in your pitch, and what considerations should you make if working as a freelancer?

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The Edit: The importance of images

Join us for our upcoming Edit webinar with Chris Gillett and Tia Kass on the importance of images in print, TV, and digital journalism, discussing the similarities and differences between illustrations and the power of an image in helping a story cut through.

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The Edit: Talking Ticker with Ahron Young

Hear first-hand from Ahron Young, CEO and managing editor of streaming media outlet Ticker NEWS, about his life as a reporter and how he built a next-generation online media company.

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The Edit: How to report on sexual assault

Learn how to report on sexual assault sensitively, ethically, and legally while protecting yourself from vicarious trauma.

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The Edit: Talking TV and correspondence with Alexis Daish

Join us for our first in-person Edit event in over a year.

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The Edit: How to land a job in journalism

A special panel of editors talk about getting started in journalism

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