UQ Journalism Stories

The Courier-Mail editor and UQ graduate Chris Jones (pictured) says despite drastic changes to newspaper newsrooms in recent years, they have helped journalists to better serve their audiences.
Indigenous journalist and UQ PhD student Amy McQuire chats to 'Contact' about her career highlights, the need for media reform, and her forthcoming book.
Join award-winning journalists and UQ graduates Marian Wilkinson and Tegan Taylor, as they lift the curtain on climate-change politics and discuss how quality science reporting can play a role in helping Australia reach its emission targets.
What did a Facebook news ban achieve and what will a new bargaining code mean for Australia's media landscape?

When Telegraph journalist F.J. Bryan penned a letter to the University of Queensland (UQ) Senate proposing “a scheme for the higher education of journalists”, little did he know it was the beginning of a long legacy of Australian journalism.
The notion of a free, independent press holding powerful institutions to account is a given – something most Australians take for granted.