Sharon Mascall is a journalist, writer and broadcaster. She started out as BBC European Affairs reporter then moved to Australia. She has spent the last fourteen years investigating social injustice for the BBC World Service; this year, she's completed a PhD about media coverage of the Anzac legend. Sharon has won Best Radio Broadcaster three times at the SA Media Awards (2007, 2010, 2012) and has been nominated for an Amnesty International Human Rights Award. She is author of the Anzac Day Media Style Guide, the 'go to' guide for writers and journalists covering Anzac Day and the Anzac Centenary.
Latest Book: The 2013 Anzac Day Media Style Guide
Published online by UniSA and Monash University, 2013
The Anzac Day Media Style Guide is the 'go to' style guide for anyone writing or broadcasting about Anzac Day or the Anzac Centenary. Free to download, the guide provides facts and figures; it offers ideas and inspiration for Anzac Day reporters; it also offers a quick reference guide to words and phrase – is it 'Anzac Day' or 'ANZAC Day', for example. Written by Sharon Mascall-Dare, as part of her PhD research, the guide is backed by an independent Editorial Advisory Board with a panel of experts from the media and academia. Download your free copy here.
BBC World Service and ABC Radio, 2012
The Big House
BBC World Service and ABC Radio, 2011
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