Surfing star Layne Beachley, culinary queen Julie Goodwin and ARIA-winning Sally Whitwell are amongst 24 remarkable women launching a free inspirational battle plan for women worldwide.
Miranda Devine recently wrote an article on today's youth and the destructiveness of ‘causal hook-ups'. Kait O'Callahan responds to the piece, arguing that Devine has clearly forgotten those hedonistic years when friends and fashion were the most important things in life.
Sandi Sieger chats to broadcaster, television and media personality, columnist and co-founder of Show and Tell, Monty Dimond, about her new(ish) website, being an Aussie Boag and how she got her start in radio.
Sandi Sieger has a real problem with the faux-Aussie pride brouhaha that some companies and businesses feel the need to push onto consumers. They don't want it and it's not working.
Media Strikes Back is one of few television programs specifically designed to support its city’s local culture. With fears of cultural erosion, selective mainstream trends and the recent disregard and decline of local content in Australian television, the advent of Media Strikes Back has been auspiciously timed.
The Brainwash Project, an initiative from Jessica Barlow, is about raising awareness of the impact women's magazines can make on body confidence and self-esteem - it's about communicating to the major players in women’s magazines that as readers, we don’t want to be treated as cogs in a money-making scheme.
What drives people in the media to do what they do? What gets journalists and broadcasters out of bed in the morning? How did they land their dream job? What pieces of wisdom can they impart? Whet your appetite and feed your mind as we chat to the panel from Media Talks.
It's not often you get the chance to pick the brains of some of the best in the Australian media business, but a new initiative called Media Talks from Faustina Agolley, ex-Video Hits presenter and all-round amazing lady, is providing young media hopefuls with exactly that.