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If you dream of a career as a Journalist, Editor, Podcaster, Videographer, Social Media Manager, or Entertainment Publicist, this course is for you. h

The Diploma of Entertainment Journalism is perfect for people wanting to work in journalism and media for the entertainment industries. You will be taught and mentored by industry experts who are currently working as entertainment journalists, bloggers and social media managers.

You will also learn from those who write for print and online entertainment magazines and publications. You will undertake fundamental units such as feature writing, social media, video and digital journalism, as well as entertainment, lifestyle, fashion, music, performance and screen journalism.

Collarts offers students a variety of real-life industry experiences so that they are career-ready when they graduate. Through our industry partnerships, you will have opportunities to partake in a variety of real-world business experiences, gaining access to industry connections.

h Kylie Holmes
Kylie is the Head of Digital & Social Media and Entertainment Journalism at Collarts. She has a broad range of experience within photography, cultural heritage, and education. She has developed and implemented digitisation strategies for museums and designed and facilitated educational programs for undergraduate students within the faculty Design. She has implemented a number of digitisation projects for cultural preservation throughout her career. This has included establishing digital workflow systems for the Sydney University Museums and the State Library of NSW.
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h Kylie Holmes
Kylie is the Head of Digital & Social Media and Entertainment Journalism at Collarts. She has a broad range of experience within photography, cultural heritage, and education. She has developed and implemented digitisation strategies for museums and designed and facilitated educational programs for undergraduate students within the faculty Design. She has implemented a number of digitisation projects for cultural preservation throughout her career. This has included establishing digital workflow systems for the Sydney University Museums and the State Library of NSW.
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