‘What are we to make of the news?’: Aussie journalists respond to election coverage

Aussie media outlets have taken on a new role in the national campaign.

The ABC’s News 24 and ABC News 24 have taken a new stance on what they are covering in a country that has a huge population of the so-called “missing” people.

The two publications have been working together to develop an interactive interactive map that allows readers to compare the media coverage in different parts of Australia.

They are calling it “Missing Australians” and have made a series of videos that use interactive data from their website to make the maps.

“We were actually the first major media organisation to do this,” Mr O’Brien said.

“The map will show what the media in your community is covering and give you a little insight into what you can expect to see in the upcoming months.”

“It’s really important to have a data-driven approach that’s not just based on what’s happening in the moment,” he said.

The maps are also being used by the ABC’s national director of journalism and senior communications, and also the ABC News website.

“I think we’ve got some great ideas,” Mr Dreyfus said.

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