Channel 31

Newsline – Episode 2 / October 10, 2017 I was nominated to anchor RMIT Journalism’s 30-minute news program, “Newsline”, which was broadcast on Channel 31 and live streamed on RMIT Newsline.  See video via City Journal, RMIT Newsline or below.   The Effect of Australia’s Tobacco Tax [Newsline – Episode 2] / October 10, 2017 My television…

The City Journal

I contributed to RMIT’s online publication throughout my time during my Journalism degree, producing a few articles and videos. News in 60 Seconds – Hayley Peppin / August 31 2017 I created a one-minute current news bulletin for City Journal News. [Watch here via City Journal] or below.   Melbourne is the “world’s most liveable…

SYN 90.7

For approximately four months in 2016, I contributed to Melbourne’s community radio station, SYN, by sourcing and producing on-air content for their news and current affairs program, Panorama, as well as being a presenter for the show. Below are some examples of my work for SYN 90.7 –  

Meet the Youth Migrating to Melbourne

As one of the final RMIT Journalism assignments, we were asked to create a story to a “Passion Project”. Below is an excerpt of my piece – For some youth the idea of leaving the nest is a daunting one. But for others, myself included, it’s the freedom to stretch your wings, to live independently,…

Queen Victoria Market Redevelopment

I created my first (mock) television package during my Reporting Sound and Image class at RMIT. I had chosen to focus my story on the Queen Victoria Market’s (QVM) redevelopment plan, interviewing a mix of stakeholders including – Strategy Development Manager QVM, Belinda Ross, Spokesperson for the Stallholders and Traders Action Group, Phil Cleary and…

Intern 101

During my Professional Placement course (part of my Journalism Degree at RMIT), we were asked to create a short video on the ethical considerations within student internships. This is what myself, and my partner, Katie Coulthard came up with. See video below –

The domination of Australian Animation / 19 October, 2016

Ever wanted to visit the entertainment capital of the world, Hollywood? Well, fortunately these days, Hollywood is a lot cheaper to get to and closer to home. All you need is your Metro card to board a tram to South Melbourne to see the magic of cinema come alive. Two world renowned animation and visual…

A Novel Idea / 21 October, 2016

Books are rare items to find on trams and trains. Hayley Peppin writes about a new initiative called Books on the Rail, proving that Melburnians are “all aboard”. A couple of months ago, my boyfriend and I were sitting on the Platform 1 train from Glenferrie Station to the city. It seemed like your average…