With a biting budget and disappearing audience, it's not surprising that the ABC chose to discard radio broadcasting the Olympics.
A failure of political leadership and of political reporting threatens to wreck Australia.
When the media relies on drops from politicians to feed audience bias, it's bad for both politicians and journalism.
Facebook has effectively washed its hands of doing anything to fix the spread of fake news and hate speech — and Australian politics will continue to suffer the consequences.
The central role that magazines have enjoyed in Australia over the last century has been shattered by an information-rich, attention-poor world.
One minute Australia's media is rallying for freedom of the press. The next, it's tearing down climate protesters. Speaking out shouldn't be a professional privilege.
Fresh from the US and with a new nationalistic spin, Scott Morrison has some new talking points. Is Australian media prepared to counter them?
In the fight between Google and traditional news media, Google has demonstrated that it doesn’t need publishers. Perhaps publishers need to learn that they don’t need Google.
News Corp is fuelling peak denialist hysteria over Greta Thunberg and climate strikers. And, unlike their counterparts in the US, they don't need to apologise for it.