tip off

Albo goes The Tele … the Giggs balls-up … NineMSN CEO resigns …

In today’s Media Briefs: Albo takes on The TeleThe Herald Sun’s teenage years. … Front Page of the Day … The Department of Corrections … Twitter gag order collapses as soccer star Ryan Giggs is outed …

READ MORE

Citizen journalism is dead, long live crowdsourcing

Citizen journalism is dead, delegates to the Future of Crowdsourcing Summit were told yesterday. But the new tools for crowdsourcing remain an exciting opportunity for journalism.

READ MORE
The Sydney Morning Herald | COMPANIES|

Tracking the profits of online data sharing

The online data sharing industry is a largely invisible multimillion dollar trade which relies on selling information surreptitiously collected from web users. Ninemsn.com.au has 109 tracking devices - the most of any website in Australia, reports Nicky Phillips.

READ MORE
Crikey Blogs | ONLINE|

Ninemsn nails its colours to the mast: information should be free

Ninemsn news executive producer Hal Crawford has written a distinctly bolshie blog post arguing that Rupert Murdoch’s paywall push is a threat to freedom, reports Margaret Simons. Given it’s the most popular news website in the country, that’s no small thing.

READ MORE

And the Wankley goes to … Fashion Week coverage, belittling the big

For their championing of chubby, several media outlets have this week earned the Wankley.

READ MORE

Sydney nightclubbers give voxpop gold

Ninemsn canvases insightful eyewitness reports from violence in Sydnety’s King’s Cross.

READ MORE

Evening Standard relaunches, commentators unimpressed

Commentators unimpressed are unimpressed with the relaunch of the London Evening Standard relaunch, and an American journo freed from Iranian prison while Australian journalists are held captive in budget lockdown.

READ MORE

And the Wankley goes to… the Herald Sun and NineMSN

Slow news day? Why not concoct a dangerous cult conspiracy? Neil Walker investigates.

READ MORE

Media briefs and TV ratings: Ninemsn on the Kezza/Mills connection … Idol on the way out?

Ninemsn on the Kezza/Mills connection … Idol on the way out? … WSJ ed quits … FT goes Chinese.

READ MORE

TV ratings winners (ABC) and losers (Nine)

The Nine Network’s last remaining claims to be “the one Australia turns to” were killed off on Saturday night when the network comprehensively lost the election night coverage battle with the ABC and Seven, writes Glenn Dyer.

READ MORE

Ninemsn calls it – seat by seat for Rudd

Labor leader Kevin Rudd will be elected next prime minister with a 6.8 per cent national swing against the Howard Government, a Ninemsn poll predicts.

READ MORE

ALP launch: First reactions from the media

What the papers are saying straight off the bat…

READ MORE

APEC losers: PC Dum and PC Dummer

Commissioner Scipione gives the impression of a humourless, somewhat dangerous and not-very-bright control freak as he defends police heavy-handedness by declaring: “That’s the way we do business in NSW now.”

READ MORE

Pauline Hanson and the new $2 Jews

Malcolm Fraser claimed late last year that the next federal election would be about Muslims. And if Pauline Hanson has her way, the Queensland Senate ballot will certainly place Muslims in the box seat. Not bad for a group who make up around 0.175% of the Sunshine State’s population.

READ MORE

Media briefs and TV ratings

There won’t be any twist in the C7 case …

READ MORE

Is CVC James Packer’s Alan Bond?

Has CVC bought a lemon with the PBL Media assets it has so far paid more than $1.7 billion for?

READ MORE

Tips and rumours

MyHome.com.au is being shopped around for interested buyers - rumours of buyers in the mortgage space taking an interest. Bell Potter is closely involved in sale and potentially conflicted due to equity stake in MyHome. Is this a record for NineMSN or an indication that the new owners will not cop losing businesses for any […]

READ MORE

Womens Agenda

loading...

Smart Company

loading...

StartupSmart

loading...

Property Observer

loading...