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Encyclopedia Entry: Murrell, C. (In Press) ‘Foreign Correspondents and Bureaus,’ entry for The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. John Wiley & Sons.

Article   Murrell, C. (2017) ‘The global television news agencies and their handling of UGC video from Syria’. Media, War & Conflict. DOI: 10.1177/1750635217704224 | First Published April 28, 2017

Chapter   Murrell, C. (2016) ‘The International Newsgathering Challenge for Public Service Australian and Canadian 24/7 TV Channels’,in S Cushion & R Sambrook (eds). The Future of 24-Hour News: New Directions, New Challenges, Peter Lang, New York.

Article   Murrell, C. (2016) ‘Guardian: Game of Editions’. Media@LSE Working Paper 39. URL: ISSN: 1474-1938-1946

Book   Murrell, C. (2015) ‘Foreign Correspondents and International Newsgathering: The Role of Fixers’. Routledge: New York.

Article   Murrell, C. (2014). The Vulture Club: international newsgathering via Facebook. Australian Journalism Review. 36(1) pp 15-27

Article    Murrell, C. (2013). ABC News 24 and BBC World: a study of limited resources and challenging newsgathering. Australian Journalism Review. 35(1) pp 83-96

Article   Murrell, C. (2013). International Fixers: Cultural interpreters or ‘People Like Us’? Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communications Ethics. Vol 10, No 2/3. Pp 72-79

Review   Murrell, C. (2012). Shining a light on TV agency practice. Book review of Paterson, C. (2011) The International television news agencies: the world from London. New York: Peter Lang.

PhD   Murrell, C. (2011) Foreign correspondents and fixers: an investigation of teamwork in international television newsgathering. PhD Thesis, University of Melbourne.

Article   Murrell, C. (2010). Baghdad bureaux: an exploration of the interconnected world of fixers and correspondents at the BBC and CNN. Media, War and Conflict. Vol. 3, no. 2, pp 125-137

Article   Murrell, C. (2009). Fixers and foreign correspondents: news production and autonomy. Australian Journalism Review. Vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 5-17

Article   Murrell, C. & Oakham, K. M. (2008). Gate-keepers; going, going, gone – the challenge of citizen journalism to traditional practice. Australian Journalism Review. Vol 30, no. 2, pp. 11-22

Article    Murrell, C. (2006). International student podcasting: the emerging technology of choice, in JEANZ/JEAA 2006: Journalism downunder: the future of the media in the digital age. Proceedings of the 2006 Journalism Education Association of New Zealand and Journalism Education Association of Australia conference, AUT University, Auckland, N.Z., pp. 1-16