By Peter HapgoodPublished March 08, 2018 11:02:25There are many reasons why the world has changed since the days of the press.
The internet has changed everything, and that includes how we view news.
The rise of the right wing press and the rise of fake news has made the world less democratic, less open and less safe.
The media is a force for change, for freedom, and for a better future.
And the media has a huge role to play in helping shape that future.
When the media’s reputation has taken a beating over the past several years, it’s fair to say there are many people who don’t want to see the media changed.
The public is not happy about it.
The media has become the enemy of the people, and it’s hard to get people to agree to change.
But there are a number of reasons why people want the media to stay the same.
First, people believe the press has a responsibility to tell the truth and expose lies, as well as reporting the news as truth.
The fact that there are three news organizations with their own agendas is a problem, as are newsrooms that have too much independence.
The government is using the media and the press as tools to attack those who challenge the government, and often it works.
People who don´t like the media, or think it has been hijacked by the right, believe that it’s time to bring the press back to its former self, where it belongs.
The second reason is that the media needs to be able to accurately report on the news.
Many journalists are scared of the consequences of reporting what they see, because of what they hear.
And if the media becomes too politicised, and not impartial, that can have a chilling effect on the press´s independence.
The third reason is the desire to have a free and fair press.
It is very important for the media not to be politicised.
This means that the press must not have too many sources, too many agendas and too much influence over how the public views the news, so that it can report the news honestly and fairly.
In the coming months, the ABC will host an open forum to share ideas and experiences about the media.
The event will focus on three themes: the importance of journalism and freedom of expression, the importance and importance of a free press, and what journalists can do to improve the media environment.
The forum will be held on Tuesday, March 10, at 3.30pm (AEDT).
For more information on the forum, visit:www.abc.net.au/the-abc-media-and-media/open-forum-public-discussion-of-australian-press-and