Journalism graduate Taylah Fellows has defied the recent trend of cutbacks to regional media publications, by snaring a cadetship at a new online platform.
Griffith will be a foundation partner of a new and free Qld centric digital news service.
For three hectic weeks, around 40 Griffith University students had an opportunity that many reporters would envy: having access to and reporting on the Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast. Based from a pop-up newsroom at the Gold Coast campus for the duration of the Games, journalism, photography and public relations students were embedded alongside […]
One of the most significant reforms in Queensland’s parole and probation system might never have occurred were it not for a series of exposés led by journalist and Griffith University graduate Chris McMahon. His efforts led to the introduction of the No Body No Parole law in Queensland.
When Taylor Toovey graduated from Griffith University this week with a Bachelor of Journalism, she received her testamur with the knowledge that she already had employment lined up. Among a range of contributing factors that set the 20-year-old up in this position was an article published by the Griffith Review earlier this year. In a […]
Griffith Press Club expert panel on strategies to manage alternative facts.
Griffith Journalism students are gearing up to provide coverage of the G20 Leaders summit in Brisbane next month.