Monthly Archive: May, 2012

The 2012 London Olympics – Young journalists are ready

Believe it or not, the 2012 Olympic games are fast approaching. In less than two months, the Olympics will captivate the world. The games have come to be regarded as the world’s leading… Continue reading

TDTV Episode 3 – The essence of the Snow

In episode three of TDTV,  Thomas Dullard is joined by Mark “Charlie” Charleson to discuss what the snow is all about ahead of the 2012 Australian snow season. Join in the fun and… Continue reading

Melbourne media tackled over Origin coverage

By Thomas Dullard. An assessed blog post for Online Journalism at RMIT University. This week the State of Origin rolled into Melbourne, and the media has been forced to roll with the punches… Continue reading

TDTV – Episode 2 – An inspirational guest

In the second week of TDTV, an inspirational guest joins the show to talk about mothers day, family, looking after your mum and Kissing MS Goodbye. A nice short and sharp episode celebrating… Continue reading

Online media – Booming journalism or blurring journalism?

By Thomas Dullard. An assessed blog post for Online Journalism at RMIT University. Online news blunders, bungles and bloopers are blurring journalism boundaries. In an embarrassing online mistake, Channel Nine spoiled the finale of its very… Continue reading

TDTV – Episode 1 – Music with Jaydo

Jaydo Williams joins Thomas Dullard on TDTV to talk about music and share some of his  talent on the guitar. This is an enjoyable short story on music. This is the first episode… Continue reading

TD TV will commence Wednesday 16 May

TDTV will start tomorrow afternoon. The first episode is a fun interview with an up and coming guitarist, Jaydo Williams. We talk about what music is about, the emotions it evokes and the… Continue reading

Manchester City have ended a 44-Year championship drought

Manchester City kept its long suffering fans, and the entire world, waiting right to the last minutes of the 2011-12 Barclay’s English Premier League season. Unarguably, the closest finish in world sport in… Continue reading

City Journal News – Radio Journalism

City Journal News Bulletin – An assignment for RMIT class, Radio Journalism. Thomas Dullard, along with Andrew price, Lachlan Dyson, Angus Verley and Eryn Crowl have produced and presented a news bulletin as… Continue reading

Is the AFL addicted to gambling ads?

By Thomas Dullard. An assessed blog post for Online Journalism at RMIT University. I bet if you watch or listen to the AFL this weekend, you will be exposed to the advertising of… Continue reading