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News at her core: Kate de Brito

If you’re a journalism student terrified by the increasingly competitive industry or a woman who has ever contemplated her future journalistic opportunities, it’s important to know Kate de Brito.

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Illustrating a point: Simon Letch at Macleay

Fairfax illustrator Simon Letch sat down with Hatch reporter, cartoonist and part-time comedian Pat Doherty to talk surfing and, oh yeah, his media work. The result was a colourful conversation that illustrated how journalism can come in many forms, and it’s not always black and white.

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VIDEO: Van Badham at Macleay

She’s super smart and very funny, but she is serious about wanting to shine a spotlight on issues people are talking about – or should be talking about.

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When it comes to tech, Stil’s got it

He’s a journalist, commentator and podcaster with a job almost as unique as his name.

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From the sidelines to the spotlight

Media coverage of women’s sports is improving slowly but surely, and Amanda Shalala is playing a key role in driving that change, both personally and professionally.

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The great Kate McClymont

“Seek not greatness, but seek truth and you will find both.” This quote by Horace Mann sums up the wonderful Kate McClymont perfectly. She is the highest calibre of journalist.

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Kirsten Drysdale ‘Checks Out’ Macleay

With a passion for justice and hatred for “bullshit” and “scams”, it seems consumer journalist Kirsten Drysdale has found the perfect outlet to ply her trade.

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Annabel Crabb serves up a journalistic feast

She is one of the busiest and best-known women in Australian journalism, juggling her many media commitments with a seemingly never-ending stream of side projects involving politics, books, recipes and an increasingly popular podcast that somehow manages to encapsulate it all.

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Saville says flexibility the key to journalism longevity

“Whatever you do just create every day,” best-selling author and journalist Margot Saville told Macleay College journalism students on Wednesday.

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The rise and rise of mobile journalism

With the world’s largest Mobile Journalism Conference, MoJoCon, less than a week away, video journalists and storytellers from different countries are preparing to travel to Galway in Ireland for three days of networking and classes from the elite in the mobile journalism field.

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