https://twitter.com/BulletinAtomic/status/1220360124511981568?s=20 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, a nonprofit media organisation, has held a press conference, announcing that the symbolic Doomsday Clock is now 100 seconds to midnight. The panel convened at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on Thursday, 23 January, at 10am EST. Coverage of the event was broadcast live across the Bulletin's… Continue reading 100 Seconds to Midnight: Doomsday Clock Closer than Ever Before
https://twitter.com/LizeyLourenco/status/1188694598375206912 The internet creates a competitive and oversaturated market of media and journalism. This forces media outlets to innovate in order to engage both new and old audiences. One example of this change can be seen through The New York Times. Since being founded in 1851, the broadsheet has won 127 Pulitzer Prizes; however, no… Continue reading How Media Outlets Are Adapting to the Internet
Al Jazeera's documentary How to Sell a Massacre divided journalists, politicians and media professionals when it aired on the ABC in March; however, it also stirred up greater public engagement due to the documentary's ethical grey-area. The debate arose due to Al Jazeera's breach of privacy in order to prove Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party… Continue reading Explainer: The Ethical Dilemma of Al Jazeera’s ‘How to Sell a Massacre’.