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Thanks but no thanks: no ongoing work for <em>Hun</em> cadets

Thanks but no thanks: no ongoing work for Hun cadets

Cadetships used to be a way for journalism graduates to get a foot in the door of the competitive media industry. But, this year, the Herald Sun has offered ongoing work to just one of its five cadets.

Media briefs: extortion and estimates …. Rundle turns Tory … fresh blood …

Media briefs: extortion and estimates …. Rundle turns Tory … fresh blood …

Why Guy Rundle prefers to read the Tory Telegraph. And other media tidbits of the day.

Media briefs: Sydney Uni privacy row … Could you get a cadetship? … Greenslade baits …

Media briefs: Sydney Uni privacy row … Could you get a cadetship? … Greenslade baits …

The University of Sydney has asked the SRC to make student rag Honi Soit redact the name of a student accused of taking and sharing nude photos of another student without her knowledge, and other media tidbits of the day.

More diversity on the menu as ABC News overhauls cadetship program

More diversity on the menu as ABC News overhauls cadetship program

The ABC has scrapped its normal process for hiring cadets this year -- a move aimed at boosting diversity. Matthew Knott and Andrew Crook report.

Simons: journalism teachers have earned a place at the table

Simons: journalism teachers have earned a place at the table

In a world increasingly driven by media, knowing how media works and how to make media content is an important set of understandings for any citizen.

Tips and rumours: Comings and goings in the Nine newsroom

Tips and rumours: Comings and goings in the Nine newsroom

There's movement at the station down at Nine Melbourne, Fairfax's traineeships still on suspension, Woolies builds its own hardware team, and more from the Crikey tipsters.

The West Australian’s ethics beggar belief

The West Australian’s ethics beggar belief

Last Friday, two cadet reporters masqueraded as beggars on the streets of Perth to obtain information for articles published in The West Australian. Is this deception?

Nepotism at work: celebrity media interns

Nepotism at work: celebrity media interns

Riding their family names into gigs that should probably go to journalism graduates, this year’s celeb intern class includes Elyssa Spitzer at The Huffington Post, Theo Spielberg at New York magazine and Tallulah Willis at Harper's Bazaar.

Sunday Herald Sun copy kids write the news (not to mention Hello Baby)

Sunday Herald Sun copy kids write the news (not to mention Hello Baby)

An enthusiastic bunch of editorial assitants continue to write substantial chunks of the Sunday Herald Sun.