AUCKLAND (Pacific Media Centre): The Pacific Journalism Review research journal based in New Zealand celebrated 20 years of publishing in November 2014.
Founded at the University of Papua New Guinea with the inaugural edition in November 1994, it was also published at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji before finally being adopted by the Auckland University of Technology in 2003.
Conference: 27-29 November 2014.
Some highlights from the conference featuring founding editor David Robie, Barbara Dreaver, Ricardo Morris, Nick Chesterfield, Mark Pearson, Philip Cass, Barry King, Wendy Bacon, Del Abcede, Max Stahl, Jim Marbrook, Lee Duffield, Derek McCormack, Ian Richards, Malcolm Evans, Joseph Fernandez, Alister Barry, Chris Nash, Alex Wake, Tui O'Sullivan, Trevor Cullen, Shailendra Singh, Kayt Davies, Annie Cass, Eliki Drugunalevu, Pat Craddock, Nicole Gooch, Mosmi Bhim, Rukhsana Aslam, Maire Leadbeater, Khairiah Rahman, Jane Verbitsky, Camille Nakhid, Arjun Rajkhowa, Lyn Barnes, Nasya Bahfen, Ruth Callaghan, Steve Elers, Phoebe Elers and many others.
Produced by an AUT School of Communication Studies' Screen and Television Production Crew.
Edited bu Corey Sio and Joshua Iosefo
Cartoons by Malcolm Evans. PJR2014 conference logo (from PJR 20(2) cover by Rod Emmerson)
Documentary clip from An Island Calling (Annie Goldson)
Ampatuan massacre photos from the Philippine Migrant Centre.
Produced by the TV/Screen Year 2 students, production team and lecturer Jim Marbrook.
Pacific Media Centre, AUT University: http://www.pmc.aut.ac.nz