Media & Communication

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Premiere screening of The Front Line: the Indigenous university student experience

Monday 12 Sep 2016

CSU will next week launchThe Front Line, a powerful video that explores the Indigenous student journey first-hand.

Leading TV equipment provider supports CSU students

Monday 25 Jul 2016

CSU television production students will benefit from scholarships donated by a leading international TV equipment engineering company.

Australian first for CSU journalism students

Wednesday 22 Jun 2016

CSU journalism students have created what is believed to be the first-ever interactive electoral map in Australia that visually reveals the marginal status of each electorate.

TV summit for students and industry

Monday 16 May 2016

A unique two-day forum for CSU television production students and television companies starts today in Wagga Wagga.

CSU students in Australia’s largest election newsroom

Sunday 15 May 2016

CSU journalism students are part of Australia's largest newsroom, reporting on the 2016 federal election campaign through the UniPollWatch project.

PhD research gives CEOs communication tips

Monday 14 Dec 2015

A CSU PhD graduate's research found that how corporate leaders communicate can significantly affect an organisation's reputation, share price, and more.

Graduate jobs celebrate radio course 10th anniversary

Friday 4 Dec 2015

The 10th year of the revised radio course at CSU has been celebrated by 100 per cent of graduates in 2015 gaining jobs in the radio and media industries.

‘Dangerous Journalism’: 40th anniversary JERAA conference at CSU

Wednesday 25 Nov 2015

More than 80 journalists and journalism educators and researchers will gather at CSU in Bathurst next week to examine the state of the discipline and the profession.

ABC and Fairfax changes: digitally-adept graduates needed

Tuesday 17 Nov 2015

Despite programming and staffing changes at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation  and Fairfax Media in regional NSW, the new media landscape will continue to employ digitally-adept journalism graduates.

Graduates get jobs despite media evolution

Friday 13 Nov 2015

A Charles Sturt University academic says journalism graduates are still getting jobs despite staff cut-backs and evolving changes to the media industry.

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