Australian news outlets fail migrant communities. Here's what needs to happen - ArtsHub

When the global pandemic broke out in Australia in early March, reports showed a spike in more Australians turning to TV for their news than before. My mum, however, like many other non-English speaking migrant families, continued to get her news online and on social media. She’d flick through the TV channels, and attempt to listen to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian in her media conferences. But later, she'd jump on Facebook and YouTube to get more information about the coronavirus in Vietnamese. Click here to read the full article. 

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