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As technology continues to evolve, journalists are finding new tools and platforms for reporting and sharing the news. Hear from a panel of Walkley-winning and nominated journalists about how they’re pushing the boundaries to produce compelling stories. Speakers: Kylie Boltin, Commissioning Editor, Online documentaries, SBS, @drkylieboltin Lane Sainty, Reporter, Buzzfeed News, @lanesainty Lorena Allam, Indigenous affairs editor, The Guardian Moderator: Stuart Fagg, General Manager, Digital, The Australian & News Prestige Network, @CaptainStuey Stories referred to: She Called Me Red: https://www.instagram.com/sbs.online.documentaries/ The Boat: http://www.sbs.com.au/theboat/ Deaths Inside: https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/ng-interactive/2018/aug/28/deaths-inside-indigenous-australian-deaths-in-custody Lane Sainty’s Twitter flow chart: https://twitter.com/lanesainty/status/894485867426832385?lang=en This talk was recorded at the State Library of New South Wales on February 21, 2019, as part of our regular Walkley Talks series there. This podcast is produced by Kevin Suarez with help from the 2SER studios in Sydney, Australia.

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