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The rise of liveblogging

Media consumers are increasingly expecting immediate, up to date content as events occur. But is liveblogging technology the answer? Alyce Hogg investigates.

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2012: The year of the reddit alien?

As we rely more on online aggregators for content, the power and influence of the communities built around them increases. Alyce Hogg investigates the phenomenon that is reddit.

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Holy Cat-Signal Batman!

Last week, reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian launched The Internet Defence League in a bid to protect the free and open Internet. Alyce Hogg investigates.

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Jumping for their lives

Last year 11 horses died while competing in Australian jumps races. Alyce Hogg explores the ethics of one of the nation's most controversial sports.

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Should we cens*r the Internet?

Should social news sites like reddit take a more active role in moderating and censoring content that perpetuates prejudice and hate? Alyce Hogg investigates the place of censorship within..

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Flipping our way back to the future

Could the humble paper and ink magazine be the saving grace of online media? Alyce Hogg investigates, as the industry looks to the past in its attempt to satisfy consumer demand for personalised and..

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Online community journalism vs. Kony

Is social media the new face of the fourth estate? Alyce Hogg examines the Kony 2012 phenomenon and ensuing backlash and asks where, in today’s rapidly evolving media industry, should we place our..

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