Category Archives: Critical Reflections

Critical Reflection of my factual documentary for my FYP: ‘Time to take Stock?’

For my final year project I have filmed, produced and edited a 15-minute documentary on the subject of miscarriage of justice. The case concerns a man named Tony Stock, who was sentenced to ten years in prison for his alleged part in a brutal … Continue reading

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Critical Reflection: Year Three, Semester One

WINOL has expanded this semester as our team more than doubled in size allowing students to explore new niche areas in features and sports producing some fantastic work. News has also been transformed as multiple reporters now cover politics in … Continue reading

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SuperWINOL: Bulletin (10/12/14)

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Critical Reflection: Year Two Semester Two

Winol is constantly changing to improve its content and this term has seen extensive changes to our team as well as our website output. Our news team has been much smaller this year and reporters have had to work around … Continue reading

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Critical Reflection: Year Two Semester One

WINOL is primarily based on a local community audience although there is argument over its actual age demographic. Staffed entirely by students and overseen by tutors and guest editors, our weekly bulletin and online magazine attract a variety of visitors. … Continue reading

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