Aussie teens are not actually selfie-obsessed
A new study zooming in on how smartphones influence our photography habits found Australians aged 20 to 40 years old take more selfies than teenagers and older Australians.
Learning with industry: RMIT and MINI Australia
A group of marketing students recently got the chance to pitch their campaign strategies to iconic car manufacturer MINI.
CrossCheck launches public tipline ahead of voice referendum
Online verification newsroom CrossCheck has launched a public tipline ahead of the referendum on the Voice to Parliament to help journalists combat the influence of misinformation trends.
Real-life media experience for RMIT journalism student
Graduating journalism student Amelia Hirst has travelled to Sydney for a hands-on experience at the Nine Network and The Walkley Foundation after winning the prestigious Jacoby-Walkley Scholarship.
What does it mean to be an adolescent? RMIT student discusses as the host of new podcast
Second year Bachelor of Communication: Media student Anika Luna is the host of a new podcast produced by the Australian Children's Television Foundation (ACTF) in collaboration with Queer Town, ‘Even More Than This’.
RMIT graduates featured at Melbourne International Games Week
An innovative narrative adventure video game by an RMIT design graduate is on show at the Big Games Night In – an opportunity for game lovers to connect and celebrate Australian game-makers.
Inspiration for Curious Minds – RMIT Advertising students learn through teaching
What started out as an online lecture series, created by third year RMIT Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) students for second year students during the pandemic, has evolved into an international multimedia show that is gaining a growing global audience on YouTube.
ABC RN gives RMIT graduate behind-the-scenes access to Australia’s arts media
RMIT alumna Dr Amaara Raheem has been chosen as one of Australia’s dynamic early-career research talent for ABC RN’s 2022 TOP 5 Arts Media Residency.