“Why are you crying, Mummy? And I was like – y’know – I had to make up an excuse. So I was just like, “Y’know, I spoke to the Easter Bunny and he’s not coming.” Wife of suspended Australian Cricketer, Candice Warner told News Corp today in an amazing jape to the kids just inContinue reading “Easter Bunny Cancelled: Embarrassed Australian Cricketer’s wife Candice Warner plays best April Fools joke of all.”
Kemii Maguire investigates the world of political cartooning, in one of India’s most illiterate areas.
The News Surrounding Our GM Foods When it comes to genetically modified foods in Australia, it seems that both farmers and consumers alike don’t quite like the idea of the Simpsons’ three-eyed fish as our next Sunday roast. However, it’s worth a look at how Australia’s media is showing us the debate towards GM foods.Continue reading “Hungry, Hungry Australians”
The Winners and Losers of Spin from the ‘Plebgate’ Saga From when there has been mass media, there has been spin to skew the public opinion it creates. To spin a story means “to manipulate not only what administration officials are saying but also what the media are saying about them.” Plebgate For over twoContinue reading ““Plebgate”: Spin Cycle”
It’s an art form that can be easily registered, but rarely acknowledged. Imagery is inherent in human culture. With the introduction of mainstream advertisement and modern technology, our society is bombarded with images and graphic design on a daily basis – some even becoming household names.
To know if you would read this article, would no-doubt depend on your interests. In light of this, media outlets – and unfortunately, advertisers – specify their media to categorised interests. However, why then do particular news stories have a greater audience than others? What makes a majority consume news about Kate Middleton over theContinue reading “Would You Read This?”