Global Risk Journalism Podcast 

Times of crisis illuminate the reliance of global citizens on journalists and media organizations for accurate and contemporaneous news and information. But how do these crises affect journalism? And how is the industry adapting to exponential advancements and trends, both locally and on a global scale? 

 

An initiative of the Global Risk Journalism Hub in collaboration with OsloMet and the University of Melbourne, the Global Risk Journalism Podcast provides a unique insight into the lived experiences of renowned journalists, the consequences for media organizations, and the broader implications for the ever-evolving discipline. Drawing upon the Hub’s global network, hosts Thomas Johnstone and Stine Forland (virtually) sit down with professionals and experts to unpack the most pressing issues facing journalists today; particularly in the light of crises. These discussions not only provide an engaging and often provocative insight into the space, but inform the work of the Global Risk Journalism Hub - including its commitment to providing future journalists with a wealth of resources and opportunities. Tune in to the Global Risk Journalism Podcast to learn more about the news behind the news.   

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Meet the Team

Stine Førland 

Thomas Johnstone

Stine Førland is a producer, host and researcher for the Global Risk Journalism Podcast. She is currently completing a bachelors degree in media and communications at Oslo Metropolitan University. Previously she has studied musical theatre and acting. She's always been fascinated with how the media operates and how we as an audience consume it.

Thomas Johnstone is a producer, host and researcher for the Global Risk Journalism Podcast. He is currently completing a bachelor's degree in media and communications at Oslo Metropolitan University. Previously he has studied editorial photography at Norwegian School of Photography. He has always been fascinated with journalism and the power of the media. 

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