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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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2021 Quills: Excellence in Science, Medical & Health Reporting, Sponsored by University of Melbourne

Liam Mannix of The Age has won the inaugural 2021 Excellence in Science, Medical and Health Reporting, Sponsored by University of Melbourne.

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2021 Quills: Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting, sponsored by FVTOC

The Age's Yoo-rrook: A time for truth team has won the 2021 Quill for Recognising Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting, sponsored by Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations.

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2021 Quills: Road Safety Reporting, sponsored by TAC

Lana Murphy of Nine News has won the 2021 Road Safety Reporting Quill, sponsored by the TAC.

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2021 Quills: Reporting on Multicultural Affairs, sponsored by the Victorian Government

Bang Xiao, Jarrod Fankhauser, Steven Viney of ABC News have won the 2021 Quill for Reporting on Multicultural Affairs, sponsored by the Victorian Government.

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2021 Quills: Reporting on Disability Issues, sponsored by the Victorian Government

Luke Henriques-Gomes of Guardian Australia has won the 2021 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues Quill.

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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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Reporting, newsrooms and mental health

Now more than ever journalists and news crews must take extra care of their mental health as they report on the issues of the day.

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Masterclass: Court reporting with Judge Liz Gaynor and lawyer Justin Quill

Hear from leading legal voices and boost your court reporting skillset at a special Melbourne Press Club Masterclass event.

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2020 Quills: The Father Bob Maguire Foundation Cobberwealth Award for Reporting on Social Inclusion

Charmayne Allison won the 2020 The Father Bob Maguire Foundation Cobberwealth Award

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