How News Corp. revived the Anzacs — by giving them Facebook accounts

Justin Lees writes on a News Corp experiment that combined social media, artificial intelligence and one of Australia’s historical obsessions. [caption id="attachment_19730" align="aligncenter" width="1002"] A post by soldier Archie Barwick detailing his impressions of Cairo. Image: Facebook/News ...

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Racing to shoot the picture

The history of press photography in Australia is one of racing to get pictures to the newspaper, write Fay Anderson and Sally Young. If you're in Sydney, see Fay and Sally live at their Gleebooks book launch, Wednesday, Aug. 24. Above: Photographers at the Caulfield Cup in 1955 photographing the win ...

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Breaking news — to fix our industry’s future

Walkleys CEO Jacqui Park went to Stanford University in the heart of Silicon Valley to find the answer to the industry’s turmoil. Instead she had to settle for finding the question. Illustration by Rod Emmerson. What’s journalism going to look like? Whenever we think we’re close to the answer it ...

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