Download sign the a3 assessment coversheet with ethics acknowledgment.

Using the research techniques discussed in lectures and tutorials, students produce a multimedia story on a newsworthy topic, comprising three components: (1) 400 words of digital text with a headline; (2) a 40-second audio story; and (3) a 1-minute video story. Each news component will include interviews with at least two sources, one of which is a human source. It is essential that the three components complement each other whilst telling the story differently, suited to the particular mode of delivery. As a result, each component adds value to the story by offering a new perspective, deeper insight or understanding of the topic being reported.
Length
400-word news text with headline
40-second audio news story
1-minute video news story
Due
Wednesday November 9, 4.59pm (Final Assessment Period)
Instructions:
Submission instructions
Complete and sign the A3 Assessment Coversheet with Ethics Acknowledgment. Download sign the A3 Assessment Coversheet with Ethics Acknowledgment.
1. Include in your coversheet the following:
Text script, headline in Word
Audio script in Word doc
Video script in Word doc
Source contacts list, bibliography
2. Submit your mp4 video file and mp3 audio file to your tutorial in MS teams in the ‘assessment 3’ folder. Create a folder in your name.

The required title and reference pages do not count toward the minimum number of pages of content that are required.

Please note that your paper must conform to APA guidelines for research papers. See all information regarding the APA formatting style given to you in directions for prior assignments, and please use it.
Remember you need a minimum of seven scholarly source references . You completed the bibliography in week four but you are free to add more sources as needed. You must use those listed sources within your work and cite them properly, or you cannot list them on your References page. You must always cite all the work you use from another person.
Your paper will be a minimum of five pages, double spaced, using one-inch margins on all sides–no extra. The required title and reference pages DO NOT count toward the minimum number of pages of content that are required.
The goal of this assignment is to write a descriptive/informative research paper on a historical topic in journalism.
Course Objective(s):
CO1: Explain the value of the Constitutional guarantees as set forth in the Bill of Rights, specifically the First Amendment.
CO2: Compare and contrast the historical and social developments in the 20th century and how it has shaped journalistic trends in print and broadcast media.
CO3: Examine the reality of war and conflict situations reported in the past and present.
CO4: Examine the Code of Ethics for journalists and understand its application to the journalism profession.
CO5: Understand the importance of studying the historical, political and social narratives surrounding the development of journalism during distinct eras in history.

The required title and reference pages do not count toward the minimum number of pages of content that are required.

Please note that your paper must conform to APA guidelines for research papers. See all information regarding the APA formatting style given to you in directions for prior assignments, and please use it.
Remember you need a minimum of seven scholarly source references . You completed the bibliography in week four but you are free to add more sources as needed. You must use those listed sources within your work and cite them properly, or you cannot list them on your References page. You must always cite all the work you use from another person.
Your paper will be a minimum of five pages, double spaced, using one-inch margins on all sides–no extra. The required title and reference pages DO NOT count toward the minimum number of pages of content that are required.
The goal of this assignment is to write a descriptive/informative research paper on a historical topic in journalism.
Course Objective(s):
CO1: Explain the value of the Constitutional guarantees as set forth in the Bill of Rights, specifically the First Amendment.
CO2: Compare and contrast the historical and social developments in the 20th century and how it has shaped journalistic trends in print and broadcast media.
CO3: Examine the reality of war and conflict situations reported in the past and present.
CO4: Examine the Code of Ethics for journalists and understand its application to the journalism profession.
CO5: Understand the importance of studying the historical, political and social narratives surrounding the development of journalism during distinct eras in history.

What is your experience of engaging with these new forms and learning about them in this unit?

the purpose of this assignment is to get students to critically reflect on how digital networked technologies are utilised to create participatory communication and to invite them to make/create their own media text.
The specific aim of this project is to use audio-visual media to personally reflect on the ways in which people, locally and/or globally, have deployed digital networked technology to create new forms of participatory communication and/or exchange personal experience of the pandemic. You need to reflect on what these new participatory forms tell us about how the pandemic is changing social relations. What is your experience of engaging with these new forms and learning about them in this unit? What do these new practices tell us about how the pandemic is impacting people’s lives differently; across particular groups such as age, race, gender, sexuality? Someday, the pandemic will either subside or scientists and governments will find better ways to help us live with it. And when that time comes, we’ll need stories to help us understand — and manage — what we lived through.
Your reflection must demonstrate your ability to make links between 1) the knowledge gained in lectures and 2) specific examples from our Unit and general media, and 3) your personal experience. You will be provided with guidance with respect to reflective writing and production.
Some of the topics we discussed are Digital literacy, digital communicating and storytelling, Storytelling as social practice; race, and digital media, Digital interactivity, participation, and conspiracy theories, Participatory culture – Fan communities; ‘fan vidding’, Social media and the imagined audience, Visualising the self; Girl bloggers, Facial recognition, bias, and narrative.
Important: Your assignment should make clear links between knowledge of digital storytelling as a social practice gained in lectures and readings and your creative application of digital storytelling forms and techniques.

Target publics

The task is to write a strategic plan that allows the client to meet its objectives as outlined in the client brief. Students will conduct independent research and analysis to develop a strategic plan that includes the following sub-headings/sections:
An executive summary
Introduction
A situation analysis
Strategy statement
Goals & objectives including SMART objectives
Key messages
Target publics
Communication pathways
Communication tools (tactics)
Timetable for implementation & budget
Evaluation & measurement
Presentation requirements: Students must present a high-quality professional report as either a word document or a pdf and follow the template.
It should include a formal cover page, relevant images and/or graphs and a reference list. Additional content can be included in appendices including graphs, statistics and relevant research findings, but this is not mandatory. The reference list and appendices are not included in the word count.
Criteria for marking: The Public Relations Strategic Plan will be assessed on the following criteria:
Understanding of client’s needs, e.g. offers clear problem statement; identifies issue and its significance for client
Quality and relevance of research and analysis, e.g. reviews relevant scholarly literature, industry reports and data; offers relevant analysis; incorporates suggested feedback on client proposal
Quality of strategy developed, e.g. appropriateness of strategy to client needs; logical progression of ideas; clear and coherent narrative, themes and messages; strategy founded on quality research and analysis; addresses challenges/risks (including ethical issues) and appropriate solutions. References relevant theory to support recommendations.
Presentation adheres to the format for a professional PR strategic plan; offers clear executive summary; relevant key messages; SMART objectives; communication pathways and tools; evaluation & measurement strategies; inclusion of relevant images and graphs; use of appendices for additional information (as applicable);
Meets professional standards; quality of writing and expression; accurate punctuation and grammar; accurate referencing; adherence to word limit.

The spaa has been modelling themselves on the original goals for the british broadcasting corporation, and they want you to write a white paper recommending what kinds of australian content we might want to create for these platforms that would be an appropriate trade-off for the advertising.

Please write a evidence based industry white paper.
Relevant Course Materials: Platforms, Television, National Media
Context: Netflix and Disney have both announced plans to launch advertising on their paid streaming platforms in the near future. Netflix hasn’t committed to a date as such for Australia, while Disney+ will start in December 2022. The two platforms aren’t the only ones, but they are the most visible. This has led to concerns that private international media organisations will be taking a lot of money for the arts and cultural sector out of the country.
Client: The Screen Producers’ Association of Australia (SPAA)
Client’s position: The SPAA sees this as an opportunity to leverage demands for more local content on these platforms that largely show content from overseas. If Australian businesses are paying an overseas corporation for ads, and Australian subscribers are having to watch them, then the SPAA believes that there is scope for the government to push the platform further in terms of providing socially valuable programming so that screen revenues don’t just leave the country.
The SPAA has been modelling themselves on the original goals for the British Broadcasting Corporation, and they want you to write a white paper recommending what kinds of Australian content we might want to create for these platforms that would be an appropriate trade-off for the advertising.
The assessment topics are built from real contexts and current events. You will need to gather the evidence yourself from news articles, grey literature, government and corporate documents, social media, or any other sources that you think are relevant to the task at hand.