“Journalism is one of the greatest things you can do in the world. I think because of the variety, you can truly make a difference.” Freelance travel writer Julietta Jameson talks to Davina Deluao about travelling the world as a journalist.
“Every time someone tells me something there’s a little switch in the back of my head that’s like, ‘is that a story?’ and I don’t think that ever goes away. Well it hasn’t yet.” Mitch Parker, features editor at the men’s lifestyle Acclaim Magazine tells Adam Pereira about his commitment to the craft.
“Court has been a really steep learning curve. I accidentally had a Supreme Court jury discharged when I reported on things the jury hadn’t heard. As soon as I found out I wrote a letter of apology to the court. Luckily it was the first or second day of the trial, but that was very frightening.” Channel 7’s Emily Angwin talks candidly to Georgia Smith.
“Most positions these days require multiple skill sets. So the more experience you can get the better, and a good place to start can be at somewhere smaller where you’re forced learn a lot in a short time.” Kris McKenzie, acting news director at Southern Cross Austereo in Melbourne, also works as ‘The Rush Hour’ drive news presenter on 105.1 Triple-M. He talks to Sam Fantasia.