This week’s QUT Online Journalism lecture focused on one of the most crucial questions for online media – how to make content on the internet pay? A few alternative arose – one of them being paid advertising on websites. Paid advertising on websites with a large amount of traffic can come from different places. A good example of […]Read more "Turning a profit in online journalism"
Online news has greatly advanced all sorts of media outlets, and one of those greatly benefited has been sports journalism. Sports sections from major Australian newspapers such as the Australian and the Sydney Morning Herald have been able to make additions such as video highlights and interactive polling along with expert commentary. Meanwhile, the traditional free-to-air television and […]Read more "Online sports journalism kicking goals for amateur contributors"
The Queensland Police Service Media Unit has gathered a reputation as a skilful exponent of utilising online media to distribute important information in an effective but humorous way. QPS have been one of the pioneers for adapting social media for emergency services, winning multiple awards for their connections with the community. The use of Facebook by the police in […]Read more "Queensland Police Service’ online presence a valuable crime fighting tool"
After hearing during the week from blogger Nikki Parkinson, one of the key messages I took away from Nikki’s discussion was that blogs could be literally about anything. While her work focused on blogging for travel, style, beauty and life, there are plenty of blogs out there which have nothing to do with any of those things. […]Read more "Outback blogging – online journalism not just an inner city craze!"