The June edition of The Bulletin is hot off the press.
This month, we ask some of the country’s best-known journalists and media commentators for their opinions on whether newspapers have become too partisan; we return to Christchurch and reflect on the survival of The Press‘s newsroom after the February 2011 earthquake; and we take another look at digital printing – just as the big publishers are doing.
You’ll also get the lowdown on the new emma (Enhanced Media Metric Australia) engagement metric and hear from award-winning photographer Andrew Quilty about his career capturing human nature at its best and worst. Click here to watch a slideshow as he talks about his journey including his latest mission: unearthing positive stories in Afghanistan.
Grab a copy, step over that hazard tape and dive in.
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