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The Higher Education sector hits back … The Guardian remembers Malcolm … the NSW election is almost here …

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Media briefs: naked truth … do paywalls pay … traitors in the ranks …

The Australian has said The Guardian is losing money because it is free. The Guardian’s readership numbers tell a different story. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

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Bikes, tattoos, puppies and urinals: on peak Guardian

Can you walk your bike up a hill? Are beards over? Are we too dismissive of the rights of the differently abled? It’s time to delve into the world of peak Guardian.

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Media briefs: vote for me … defending Ferguson … Seven cleans out …

Comparing ratings to war dead isn’t the most tactful way to spice up your TV review.

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Media briefs: where’s Bolt? … Grauniadwatch … Gerry Adams: Flatulence is a curse! …

It’s a huge week in politics and Andrew Bolt is nowhere to be seen. Where is Ten hiding him?!? And other media tidbits of the day.

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Media briefs: Grauniad watch … video is king … the final verdict …

What is it with The Guardian telling us what to do? And other media tidbits of the day.

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Media briefs: everyone’s a critic … Happy New Year … a rare vacancy …

Seven’s Sunrise has come in for a round of criticism over its (alleged lack of) coverage of the South Australian bushfires. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Drugs sector outraged over new appointment … LNP likes progress, just be quick … no evidence of humour at the SMH …

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Alan Rusbridger on journalism in the ‘Golden Age of Surveillance’

It’s hard to be at the forefront of the encryption arms race when you’re still carrying a tracking signal in your pocket, writes Margot Saville.

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Media briefs: poachings at Guardian, Oz … costly ads … Hartcher dunked …

New faces at Guardian Australia and the Oz, as well as other media tidbits of the day.

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The Guardian‘s tabloid moment: Davies defends Dowler stories

Nick Davies defends The Guardian’s role in News of the World’s demise amid the phone hacking scandal.

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Media briefs: ABC departures … you’re fired … Jones’ death …

In the wake of yesterday’s announcement that the English-language division of Radio Australia will be shut down, we now know some of the names of the journalists who will lose their jobs. Plus other media tidbits of the day …

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The boats have stopped

Crikey readers discuss the issues of the day.

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Media briefs: Guardian’s colonialism … feeling blue … Kimye kaptured …

The Guardian is still sending Brits to our shores to pacify the natives. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

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Media briefs: ABC apologies to Kenny … Carr brief … Oz on climate …

We’re loving Bob Carr’s memoir — but perhaps he was a touch longwinded? Plus other media tidbits.

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Peaches Geldof, celebocrat, a sign of the failed Glorious Revolution

Celebrities fill a hole left in British society by the aristocracy. Peaches Geldof was a celebocrat — the outpouring of coverage following her death was inevitable, because we needed it to be.

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Caro’s Flotsam and Jetsam: cock-pit? … advertising truth … screw the rich …

On International Women’s Day, two steps forward and one step back. A passenger takes exception to a woman flying a plane, a man creates a cheaper sanitary pad, and what mining companies are really thinking.

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We write about Assange’s lasagne because we can’t stomach ourselves

The latest “expose” of Julian Assange — and the errors contained within it — mark the final break by the UK Left-liberal establishment with the WikiLeaks founder — amid crisis for the brand.

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How The Guardian is colonising the Australian media landscape

The Guardian’s Australian operation isn’t commercially sustainable yet. But with revenues 300% up on expectations, it’s well on the way to it, its managing director tells Crikey.

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Media briefs: Guardian to Melb … ABC cuts… Tele ads …

The Guardian is opening a Melbourne office, making editors around the Victorian capital nervous. Plus Crikey’s White Night coverage and other media tidbits of the day.

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Now Morrison puts his foot in it: comments compound asylum seeker threat

Scott Morrison has compounded a serious data breach by the Department of Immigration by providing the location of documents that reveal personal information on asylum seekers.

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Media briefs: TT axed … Kohler paywall … Hendo v Guardian

Today Tonight has been axed. And The Daily Telegraph tried to make Ian Thorpe go to rehab, but he said no, no, no. Plus other media tidbits.

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Media briefs: TV in doldrums … republican fact-check … Bolt’s indigenous …

Hey, Australian commercial TV networks aren’t doing so badly after all, right? Wrong. Plus other media tidbits.

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Setting the record straight: when a correction is too little, too late

When does media reporting cross the line into bullying? And if an online publication has made an egregious error of judgement, will an apology help, or has the damage been done?

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Fleet Street is gone, who’ll be left in the British press?

The death knell must surely ring out for the UK Independent before too long. But with some British papers still apparently in alright health, can newspapers survive after all?

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