Monthly Archive: August, 2014

There’s nothing new under the sun: Live blogging

Live blogging isn’t an old concept according to Brisbane Times journalist, Natalie Bochenski. She remembers her first “live blogging” experience when interning with Brisbane’s B 105 radio station during the September 11 attacks.… Continue reading

Van Vignettes: The Californian Coast (Part 3)

Pit stops   As we road-tripped down the Californian Coast, we found ourselves some lovely little pit stop towns to refuel and freshen up for the next legs of our trip. Highway 1:… Continue reading

Are you listening to digital radio?

With over a decade of experience in radio, 612 ABC Brisbane radio host, Spenser Howson gave Queenland University of Technology’s (QUT) Journalism students some food for thought on Monday about the future of radio… Continue reading

Van Vignettes: The Californian Coast (part 2)

The Californian Coast: San Francisco Re-capping from last week, I’ve prescribed myself every Tuesday to reminisce and re-live my adVANtures road tripping through the USA. Today, we’re throwing back to a few of my favourite,… Continue reading

Van Vignettes: The Californian Coast

 Sonoma County    Have you heard the expression, “I am home sick?” Well, I think I may be travel sick. In other words, I have the a severe case of the travel bug.… Continue reading

Tired of the same old news sources?

I was scrolling through my Twitter feed one day this week reading through tweets about world issues, in particular recent conflicts in the Middle East. I found a lot of the news agencies… Continue reading