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It’s getting awkward between Ten and News Corp … Young Labor’s conference split … George Mega v News over ‘ethnic’ claim …

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The great Murdoch migration: who’s leaving News Ltd?

George Megalogenis is packing up and leaving The Australian to write more books. Who else has left News Limited during the latest cost-cutting drive?

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Brave News World: is the era of the editor over?

Now we can compile our own news feeds, does the world need editors? Their power is diminishing, writes Gideon Haigh in the fourth chapter of his investigative special for Crikey on the future of the media.

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The warriors and whingers muse at Sydney scribe fest

Walking into Kevin Rudd’s interview with Bob Katter at the Sydney Writers’ Festival yesterday afternoon, I was a little confused.

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The Failed Estate | JOURNALISM|

Mega good journalism from Megalogenis

George Megalogenis is one of few reliable chroniclers of Australian political economy, writes Bob Denmore, and his new book The Australian Moment should be considered required reading.

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The quality journalism project: it’s Mega!

George Megalogenis is a popular man, judging by the plethora of nominations we received to have him involved in Crikey’s quality journalism project.

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Smart summer reading: George Megalogenis’ ‘Trivial Pursuit’

One of the strongest impressions that Megalogenis’s Quarterly Essay Trivial Pursuit conveys is that no one in the current parliament is motivated by anything resembling a political idea, as opposed to, say, a vague sense that ideas are … probably a good thing, writes Bryan Cooke.

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The Oz has been sipping Abbott’s kool-aid

The Australian’s commentators were out in force this morning to announce the return of the Abbott through the city gates — shouting heahs and hosannas, with Dennis Shanahan back in his happy place.

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If Hawke, Keating, Howard and Rudd had been journos

Bob Hawke, Paul Keating, John Howard and Kevin Rudd all fancy themselves as better journos than the real thing, says George Megalogenis. But how would each have really fared if they’d chosen the Fourth Estate over the Third?

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