Inside the Australian media
The Walkley Magazine is published bimonthly and features Australia's best analysis of the media - from the people who know it best. The country's top journalists, photographers, cartoonists and editors share their thoughts to make the Walkley Magazine an unmissable forum on the Aussie media's past, present and future.
About the Magazine
The Walkley Magazine features leading Australian journalists and commentators including Malcolm Farr, Pilita Clark, Paul McGeough, Phillip Knightley, Geraldine Doogue, Julianne Schultz, Max Uechtritz, Bill Leak, Ita Buttrose, Quentin Dempster, Patrick Smith, Emma-Kate Symons, Neil Breen, Anne Lampe, Paul Bongiorno, Hugh Riminton, Michelle Grattan, Laurie Oakes, Anne Davies, Kerry O'Brien, Alan Kohler, Peter FitzSimons and more.
The Walkley Magazine is the only forum for the discussion of the media by Australia's most senior journalists and media professionals, canvassing all the issues of the day from politics to business and insider industry info.
Produced four times a year, the full colour Walkley Magazine showcases the best in Australian journalism and photojournalism and creates a unique forum for discussion of professional issues as well as interesting news on the craft and practice of journalism and public relations. As a record of the most important media issues of the day, The Walkley Magazine is the must read resource for anyone involved on the inside or outside of the media.
Investigative journalist, The Sydney Morning Herald
"In what other forum could you get Australia's leading journalists engaging in lively debates about the profession we so love to read about - ie, our own."
Journalist and author
"The Walkley Magazine. A great read, even when they bag you!"
Journalist and presenter, Stateline, ABC
"The right to information should be defined primarily as a human right. It goes well beyond last century's struggle for freedom of the press. Journalism and journalists (wherever and whichever media delivery platform we work) are needed now more than ever to cut through vested interest and political spin which can distort the truth and hide from the public what is really going on. The Walkley Magazine is a vital forum for journalists to discuss, debate and value our role."
The Daily Telegraph
"The Walkley has evolved from a union sheet to a vital ingredient in Australia's debates about news coverage and use of media resources."