Nine News is reporting on the rise of a new generation of young, independent news publishers in Australia.
One of them is the Independent News and Media Group (INMG), a group of journalists who are creating the next generation of media in Australia’s digital age.
News.com.au spoke to six of the group’s members about the future of the industry and how the media industry is changing.
In addition to the Nine News team, this video is being distributed by INMG.
ABC News: A young, ambitious group of independent journalists, led by Andrew D’Orazio.
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News.com, a young, aggressive group of young independent journalists led by former Nine News journalist Andrew D.
Orazios, is leading the charge in a rapidly changing industry.
The group was formed in July last year to help build and expand a national digital media network, with an emphasis on digital news, technology, and the media.
Mr D’Orzio said it was the most exciting time in the media in a long time.
“The news industry is in an era of change and the internet is enabling a lot of people to access and share news in a way that wasn’t possible before,” he said.
“News is the one medium that’s still being watched by a lot more people, and that’s a very exciting moment in the industry, I think.”
Com.au has spoken to five members of the INMG group, all of whom are under 30 and who have been publishing news since their teens.
They describe themselves as “journalists, artists and activists”, and say they have “taken an interest in news in the newsroom” and are interested in “building a new Australian news media.”
They say the media landscape is changing rapidly, and many journalists are now seeing the need to stay involved in journalism to stay relevant.
“We’re all very young in this industry, we all like to be young and innovative,” one of the young journalists said.
The group is the brainchild of Mr Drazio, a journalist who has been writing for Nine News for four years, as well as a freelancer.
He said he had “a long history in journalism and in Australian politics” and that the media sector needed to change “to attract young talent”.
“The new media is changing, but it’s also changing for us,” Mr Dazio said.
“We’re not just talking about media, we’re talking about what we do in our lives.”
It’s all changing at the same time.
And we need to be aware of that and keep the industry up to date, because that’s the future for the future.
“As journalists, we have to think about ourselves and think about our craft, and we have the freedom to do that,” he added.
The news journalists who have joined the INAGM are in their 20s, and are now in their mid-twenties.
One is a social media consultant who works in Australia and New Zealand.
He has worked with the ABC, ABC TV and Nine.
“It’s a really exciting time,” he told News.
Com, “it’s really exciting, we need more people like this.
We need to keep our eyes on the prize, and if you can’t do that, you shouldn’t be doing it.”
I think it’s going to be a really good place to work,” he explained.”
If you’re an editor, you’re working for yourself and you can do what you want.
But if you’re a journalist, you need to think outside the box.
“You need to make sure you’re building the kind of network and infrastructure that will allow people to share news.”
One of the youngest members of INMG is 20-year-old freelance journalist Jodie King.
Ms King said she had a “long career” in journalism before coming to INMG in 2015.
She said the news media landscape in Australia was changing rapidly and many people were now seeing “the need to remain involved in news”.
“We’ve had a very young media industry, so the digital revolution has been pretty huge, especially for young journalists,” she said.
“I’m really excited about the new wave of journalism.
It’s going in different directions and I think it’ll be great to be part of that.”
Journalism has been something that I’ve always been passionate about.
It hasn’t always been this way, and I’m hoping it’ll change now.
“News of the arrival of the news journalists from INMG was first reported by the ABC’s Newsroom programme on Wednesday.
The group will be based in Adelaide, and will have a team of five journalists, but will expand to include 20-30 more.
Mr Drazios said that the team would work in a number of different media areas, including the ABC Newsroom, the ABC New Zealand, News Limited, the New South Wales Press, and