As mentioned recently, Croakey’s annual Twitter festival marking the turning point of winter – in the southern hemisphere at least – will provide a global look at pandemic communications. Follow #CommunicatingCOVID to join the conversations before, during and after the event.
The Twitter festival will feature authors of a new book, Communicating COVID-19: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, edited by academics in South Africa and Australia, and to be published in coming months by Palgrave Macmillan.
Our thanks to two of the book’s editors, Dr Monique Lewis from Griffith University and Dr Kate Holland from the University of Canberra, for organising this year’s #CroakeyREAD program, featured below.
And, yes, we are delighted that Croakey has a chapter in the book, titled ‘The pandemic and public interest journalism – crisis, survival and rebirth?’.
To limber up for some mid-winter tweeting, please follow this Twitter list of #CroakeyREAD participants and engage with the conversations at #CommunicatingCOVID.
Program (4pm AEST – 10.30pm AEST)
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