Author Archives: anthonyfurci

About anthonyfurci

Final-year journalism student from Melbourne.

Showreel – October 2018

A package with cuts from some of my TV presenting work throughout 2018.

Showreel – October 2018

A package with cuts from some of my TV presenting work throughout 2018.

RMIT Newsline – Interview with Ama Husein on the Sulawesi and Lombok Earthquakes

Originally broadcast on Newsline. An interview with Ama Husein, an advisory member of Indonesia’s national disaster agency, for RMIT’s Newsline program. Broadcast live on Channel 31 on October 8, 2018.

RMIT Newsline – Interview with Ama Husein on the Sulawesi and Lombok Earthquakes

Originally broadcast on Newsline. An interview with Ama Husein, an advisory member of Indonesia’s national disaster agency, for RMIT’s Newsline program. Broadcast live on Channel 31 on October 8, 2018.

The veteran badge-sellers

Originally written and filmed for City Journal. Broadcast as a part of Newsline on Channel 31. Leading up to the centenary of the armistice which ended the First World War, remembrance remains as important as ever to those who have

The veteran badge-sellers

Originally written and filmed for City Journal. Broadcast as a part of Newsline on Channel 31. Leading up to the centenary of the armistice which ended the First World War, remembrance remains as important as ever to those who have

Triple R Midday News – 24/09/18 & 25/09/18

Originally produced and presented for broadcast on Triple R, 102.7fm in Melbourne. I wrote and produced the James Ricketson & MCG stories on September 24, and the Australia Day & Scrabble stories on September 25. I presented weather on September

Triple R Midday News – 24/09/18 & 25/09/18

Originally produced and presented for broadcast on Triple R, 102.7fm in Melbourne. I wrote and produced the James Ricketson & MCG stories on September 24, and the Australia Day & Scrabble stories on September 25. I presented weather on September

Disability support housing boosted in the north

Originally written and produced for City Journal. Craigieburn and Roxburgh Park are among the first suburbs to receive tailor-made homes for young people with disabilities. The share houses will host up to three tenants each, with 15 set to roll

Disability support housing boosted in the north

Originally written and produced for City Journal. Craigieburn and Roxburgh Park are among the first suburbs to receive tailor-made homes for young people with disabilities. The share houses will host up to three tenants each, with 15 set to roll

Townhouse plan in Melbourne’s north leaves residents reeling

Originally written for City Journal. Keilor Park locals are up in arms over a plan to build 72 townhouses in the centre of their neighbourhood. Lodged by the state government’s urban planning arm Development Victoria in June, the proposal would

Townhouse plan in Melbourne’s north leaves residents reeling

Originally written for City Journal. Keilor Park locals are up in arms over a plan to build 72 townhouses in the centre of their neighbourhood. Lodged by the state government’s urban planning arm Development Victoria in June, the proposal would

Defiant, not divisive: Yungblud on genre-bending punk with a conscience

Originally written for Beat Magazine. At just 19 years old, Yungblud is an exciting, chaotic figure at the peak of a fresh punk movement, boasting social consciousness and talent in spades. Dominic Harrison, as he’s otherwise known, released his debut

Defiant, not divisive: Yungblud on genre-bending punk with a conscience

Originally written for Beat Magazine. At just 19 years old, Yungblud is an exciting, chaotic figure at the peak of a fresh punk movement, boasting social consciousness and talent in spades. Dominic Harrison, as he’s otherwise known, released his debut