Griffith Film School has more than 90 students and graduates working with Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games official broadcaster NEP. The Host Broadcast Training Program has provided Griffith film students with hands-on experience in the lead-up to the Games, working on NEP live broadcasts for network television.
Griffith University students got a valuable industry insight into the logistics behind planning the largest event to be staged in Australia this decade.
En route to Carrara Stadium for the Opening Ceremony of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018), the Queen’s Baton Relay will arrive at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus shortly after 11am on Wednesday morning (April 4). In some ways it is on this campus that the QBR journey started for Keri Algar who has […]
A six-part mini-series filmed on behalf of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games is the latest professional highlight for Griffith University journalism graduate Scott Bidmead
Architecture student Sarah Paige was at university during the holidays when lecturer Karine Dupre approached her with a project that would enhance and invigorate her studies in a way she could never have anticipated.
The final group of Griffith University students undertaking unprecedented internships at Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) have taken up their positions as the countdown to the Games gets a full head of steam. One hundred and thirty new recruits arrived for duty at the Ashmore offices of GOLDOC early on a warm January […]
Queensland Conservatorium alumnus Dami Im will headline the GC2018 Charity Gala and Medal Reveal this Saturday 4 November at The Star on the Gold Coast. The Masters of Music Studies graduate shot to stardom after winning The X Factor in 2013 and was Australia’s entrant in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. Dami will carry the Queen’s Baton […]