Here you can find transcripts of lectures made available by guest speakers.
Most lectures hosted by the Centre for Advancing Journalism are also available as podcasts and videos.
- New Journalism for a New Public (365kb pdf)
Mark Scott, Managing Director, ABC
- Rise of the Reader: journalism in the age of the open web (210kb pdf)
Kathrine Viner, A.N.Smith Lecture, 9 October, 2013
- Betrayal in journalism: Who owns the story? (150kb pdf)
Michael Gawenda, 28 February, 2013
- Hold The Front Page (100kb pdf)
Lord Justice Brian Leveson, Wednesday 12 December 2012
- Media Futures - observations through a rather frosty crystal ball (140kb pdf)
The 2012 A.N. Smith Lecture in Journalism presented by Kim Williams, AM, Thursday 4 October 2012
- You Wouldn't Read About It: Everything you wanted to know about media accountability and the Finkelstein inquiry (670kb pdf)
Professor Matthew Ricketson, Wednesday 16 May, 2012
- The Good and Bad of Disaster Reporting (290kb pdf)
Tim Costello, AO, Wednesday 20 April 2011.
- The Privacy Imperative in the Information Age Free for All (95kb pdf)
The Hon. Paul Keating, Wednesday 4 August 2010.
A live recording of the full lecture is available
- Invasion of Privacy - Is it ever justified?
Eric Beecher (Chairman, Crikey, Smart Company, Business Spectator, Eureka Report), Phil Gardner (Editor-in-Chief, Herald and Weekly Times) and Virginia Trioli (Broadcaster, ABC News Breakfast). Thursday 12 August 2010. No transcript available. However Mia Freedman, who could not attend due to unforeseen circumstances, has made her speech available: Invasion of Privacy - is it ever justified? (280kb pdf)
- Why Fairfax Matters forum
Brief report highlighting some of the research questions (145kb pdf)
Rod Tiffen. Why Fairfax Matters (55kb pdf)
- The end of journalism as we know it - and other good news stories (415kb pdf).
A.N. Smith Lecture in Journalism, Annabel Crabb
- Politics and the Media: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly (80kb pdf)
The Hon. John Howard, Tuesday 4 August 2009.
- The Fall of Rome: Media after Empire (135kb pdf)
A.N. Smith Lecture, Mark Scott, Managing Director, ABC