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Are councils really banning books? … to publish or not to publish … Fairfax’s new cadets …

Are councils really banning books? … to publish or not to publish … Fairfax’s new cadets …

Barbie dolls and Thomas the Tank Engine would be banned in Victorian libraries according to an impressive scoop in the Herald Sun. Trouble is, that's not quite what the original research said.

Media briefs: TV while blind … cadetships at Seven … Rundle on the establishment …

Media briefs: TV while blind … cadetships at Seven … Rundle on the establishment …

The ABC begins offering audio descriptions through iView. And other media tidbits of the day.

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.

The new media cadets: older, more experienced, exhausted by the climb

The new media cadets: older, more experienced, exhausted by the climb

In today's competitive hustle for journalism jobs, you're never too old or too qualified for an entry-level position. Crikey goes behind the scenes on Fairfax's gruelling cadet application process.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Dirty tricks in the Tas, SA election campaigns? ... wannabe Fairfax cadets get the cull ... the case of the mouldy chemo ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

WA adviser is paid how much?! ... Abbott runs 5.99km and no one cares ... Fairfax hires (you read that right) ...

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.