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Scoop Images & Audio: Journalism Matters (Day One)

Journalism Matters - Engineering Printing & Manufacturing Union Summit

Parliament Buildings, Wellington, Saturday, August 11-12, 2007


Images & Audio from Alastair Thompson

Contents:
1. Keynote Speech and Q&A - Judy McGregor "What Is The State Of New Zealand's Media"
2. (Images Only) Commercial pressures on Journalism panel discussion & open forum under Chatham House Rules
With: Gavin Ellis (Formerly Editor NZ Herald), Rick Neville (Deputy CEO APN), Simon Collins (NZ Herald), & Clive Lind (Fairfax)
3. (Image only) Screening Of Clare O'Leary's documentary about author/ historian/journalist Michael King
4. Summary Of Morning Issues - Martin Hurst (Curriculum Leader, Journalism, AUT)
5. Speech and Q&A - Chris Warren (Immediate Past President - IFJ)
6. Journalistic Ethics Panel & Open Forum
Featuring speeches from Tony Wilton (EPMU), Jim Tully (Canterbury University), Amanda Cropp (Freelance), Vernon Small (Dominion Post Press Gallery.)

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1. Keynote Speech and Q&A - Judy McGregor "What Is The State Of New Zealand's Media"


EPMU President Paul Little introduces Judy McGregor
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Judy McGregor
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2. (Images Only) Commercial pressures on Journalism panel discussion & open forum under Chatham House Rules
With: Gavin Ellis (Formerly Editor NZ Herald), Rick Neville (Deputy CEO APN), Simon Collins (NZ Herald), & Clive Lind (Fairfax)


Simon Collins
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Gavin Ellis, Rick Neville & Clive Lind
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Rick Neville and Clive Lind
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Simon Collins, Gavin Ellis & Rick Neville
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Note: There is no audio from this item as it was conducted under Chatham House rules.

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3. (Image only) Screening Of Clare O'Leary's documentary about author/ historian/journalist Michael King


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Documentary Maker Clare O'Leary ( http://www.evebaystudio.co.nz/

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4. Summary Of Morning Issues - Martin Hurst (Curriculum Leader, Journalism, AUT)


Martin Hurst (Curriculum Leader, Journalism, AUT)
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5. Speech and Q&A- Chris Warren (Immediate Past President - IFJ)


Chris Warren - Immediate Past President - IFJ
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John Crowley (Fairfax) has a question.
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6. Journalistic Ethics Panel & Open Forum
(Featuring speeches from Tony Wilton (EPMU), Jim Tully (Canterbury University), Amanda Cropp (Freelance), Vernon Small (Dominion Post Press Gallery.)


The Journalism Ethics Panel
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Jim Tully
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Amanda Cropp
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Vernon Small
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A question from the Audience
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