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To The Bone: http://www.dscribe.net.au/2017/07/25/netflix-back-at-it-again-with-the-controversy/ 655 words Meet Brodie Smith: http://www.dscribe.net.au/2017/08/22/meet-brodie-smith/ 855 words Shit together in your 20s: http://www.dscribe.net.au/2017/08/23/why-its-totally-fine-to-not-have-your-sht-together-in-your-20s/ 640 words Endometriosis story: http://www.dscribe.net.au/2017/09/05/the-endometriosis-diaries/ 1558 words Netflix controls my life: http://www.dscribe.net.au/2017/09/07/netflix-has-control-of-my-life/ 480 words Fitness bloggers:  6 min video     TRIMESTER ONE GAP YEAR GONE WRONG 124 words and 3:19 min video Geelong Youth Service Slams... Continue Reading →


What’s the potential for citizen journalism in today’s multi-platform communication environment?

With evolving technology and social media, the potential for 'citizen journalists' is greater than ever. 'Citizen Journalism' is based around the public, playing an active role in cultivating, reporting and distributing the news. Meaning that any person with the basic knowledge of decent journalism, and access to a smartphone allows any Tom, Dick and Harry to become... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Road to Becoming a Survivor

Title: The Road to Becoming a Survivor Author: R.R. Hayden Purchase here. Synopsis: "At 25 years old, River Hayden has experienced the low’s of life that few will ever see. A casualty of her family’s circumstances, of past boyfriends, of the hand that the universe dealt her, this auto-biography is Hayden’s chance at seeing her... Continue Reading →

How does convergence impact journalism?

Convergence has impacted journalism in a massive way, and that's not to say that it's done so in a bad way, but rather it has enhanced the way audiences have access to news stories on a variety of different platforms. Convergence has allowed journalists to work together to create news stories for television, online, radio... Continue Reading →

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