With only 10 days left until submissions close to the Senate inquiry into media diversity in Australia, we are encouraging readers to consider making submissions on sustaining a healthy public interest journalism sector.
For those interested in how the health sector may be able to act on some of the upstream determinants of the crisis in public interest journalism, we hope the poster below provides some leads.
It was presented virtually by Associate Professor Megan Williams at the the World Congress on Public Health in October, with co-authors Dr Summer May Finlay, Dr Janine Mohamed, Dr Ruth Armstrong, Marie McInerney and Dr Melissa Sweet. (Click here for closer viewing).
- Croakey’s archives on public interest journalism have many useful articles for references for submissions
- IndigenousX covers media-related issues extensively
- The Guardian’s archives of media reporter Amanda Meade’s stories
- Judith Neilson Institute has many useful references
- As does the Public Interest Journalism Initiative.
- On Twitter, the #PIJmatters and #RegulateDigitalPlatforms hashtags have a stockpile of related reading.