International Fellowship Success

DMRC Dean's Commendations for Research

QUT team wins top paper honour

Media Release: Australians care more about cinema sound over size

DMRC Researchers awarded an ARC Discovery Project Grant

DMRC HDR student Souleymane Coulibaly wins ANZCA's 2022 Christopher Newell Award

DMRC Critical Game Studies Symposium

Media release: Not all streaming services create content equally: QUT research

Media release: QUT research partnership to find out what Australians want at the movies

Media Release: All eyes on Netflix as it pivots to survive saturated streaming market

DMRC researcher selected for innovative digital curriculum fellowship

White Paper Release: 'Creative Hotspots' in the regions

DMRC researcher elected to Queensland Academy of Arts and Sciences

Media Release- Digital technology didn’t kill media but gave it new life: QUT researcher

REPORT: Australian TV drama production halved in two decades

DMRC Researcher speaks to ABC's Four Corners about TikTok: Data mining, discrimination and dangerous content on the world's most popular app

DMRC academic wins Australian Academy of the Humanities Fellowship

DMRC PhD Student Awarded ICA Top Student Paper Award

NEWS ARTICLE: COVID-19 reinforces value of Australia’s most popular cultural activity

DMRC researchers recognised as some of the The Conversation’s most-read

PODCAST: DMRC academic discusses how to combat visual mis/disinformation online

T.J. Thomson wins International Visual Communication Teaching Excellence Award

BOOK RELEASE: Australian Genre Film

ANNOUNCMENT: 2021/2022 The Arthur W. Page Centre Page/Johnson Legacy Scholar Grant

NEWS ARTICLE: How local content rules on streamers could seriously backfire

Scholarship Opportunity: PhD on Indigenous Screen Content

PhD Scholarship Opportunity: Access to screen culture in an algorithmic age

NEWS ARTICLE: Government must cough up for public interest journalism: Allan Fels

DMRC Alumnus Awarded Sage Higher Degree Research (HDR) Publication Award

NEWS ARTICLE: The old news business model is broken: making Google and Facebook pay won’t save journalism