Your Story Ep 9 : Matt. Journalism, Newspapers and New Media
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Your Story Ep 9 : Matt. Journalism, Newspapers and New Media

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Welcome To Episode Nine of Your Story.

Today we talk with Matt Collins, a professional journalist currently working as Deputy Chief Sub Editor of sections with the Sydney Morning Herald.

Matt has worked his way up through the ranks of the media giving us an insight into the world of traditional media and the way that he arrived at his major goal. We discuss how he got into his career and how modern media operates.

Matt Collins We also discussed the impact of new media on old media and the way that they are dealing with the onslaught of the internet to ensure that they remain relevant.

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  • LukeNo Gravatar Thursday, 28 February, 2008, 9:22 am

    Ian,

    Fantastic podcast. Really, really good.

    Technically: You need a quieter pub. At least I now know the secret to a good interview – pale ale!

    Content: Exceptional. IMO every bit as good as the mainstream shows e.g. some of Radio National’s.

    Thank you so much for giving your own time an money to make this happen. I can’t wait to listen to some others.

  • Shirley PaulsonNo Gravatar Friday, 7 March, 2008, 1:50 pm

    I was thinking, as I was listening to your very interesting and comfortable conversation with Matt here, how much I like podcasting. As you pointed out in the interview, the news is so heavily driven by needing to make money, which seems to keep supporting negativity in the print journalism. Listening to your whole podcast series, for example, gives me information about people, about things worth knowing. You leave me feeling like people are valuable and good to know, rather than fearing the dark ugliness of people that seems to make it into the newspapers. Keep it up! I love getting to know the people you find to talk to.