News and features reported by AUT University journalism students and staff from the Pacific Media Centre are now being widely used in publications across the region.
TV3’s new Pacific Profile web page is the latest New Zealand-based Pacific media initiative to tap into student journalists’ work.
This means postgraduate student reported stories are being read from the Cook Islands to Samoa.
As well as Pacific Profile, PMC student stories are being published regularly on Pacific Scoop, Pacmas, Spasifik, the PasiMA website and many others. They are also available on the Pacific Media section of the Niustext database produced by Knowledge Basket.
Readers of PMC Online and Pacific Scoop—a partnership with Scoop Media launched in August 2009—are also able to read a wide range of stories and analysis articles written by Pacific journalists and academic researchers.
The PMC’s research journal Pacific Journalism Review is also available on five subscription databases.
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