New Directions, New Challenges
Edited By Stephen Cushion and Richard Sambrook
Chapter 5: The View from Australia: How Will We Be Heard?
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The View from Australia: How Will We Be Heard?
MARK SCOTT, FORMER DIRECTOR GENERAL, ABC
After noting historian George Rudé’s estimate that Robespierre had made 900 speeches, Hilary Mantel made a telling observation: “He had spoken, of course; but had he been heard?”1 Questions of a similar nature keep me awake at night. What impact can news make, what is its future audience and how will news be heard and seen?
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