Data from the new Australian Digital News Report shows that most people prefer to get their digital news in text format. This won't surprise anyone who has spent time trying to get audiences to consume news video.
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The Unwilled Writer Part 2Students can now generate plausible essays for a less than a cent with the click of a button. How do teachers deal with that? Something has to change…
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The Unwilled Writer, part 1GPT-3, an AI which knows how to write - but not what it is writing - has had a profound impact on me. It feels like coming face to face with the English…
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The rise of machine models with advanced language skills is set to up-end professional work, with a big impact on news media. If you don't believe it…
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Get bored, get brave: Tim Duggan on making ideas betterJournalist, entrepreneur and author Tim Duggan knows that everyone is creative, only they have some pretty messed up ideas about ideas. In his new book…
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The same kind of analysis that has seen The Economist rank nations by the cost of Big Mac burgers shows that publication itself varies by more than 300…
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Gideon Haigh on the longest form of journalismIf you’re a cricket fan, you will be familiar with Gideon Haigh’s writing, but that’s far from his only area of activity. Haigh has become a specialist…
Where fact and melody collideNews music is not often discussed, but it is important in branding, grabbing attention, and setting an emotional atmosphere. Dutch journalist Victor…
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