When you decry the "Americanisation" of Australian political discourse, remember who inspires Fox News' talking points in the first place.
Last month, the ACCC report on digital platforms recommended the government develop a 'platform-neutral regulatory framework' — but what does this mean and is it even possible?
How can journalists challenge government policy which is intentionally veiled as an effort to stop murder, abuse or sexual assault?
The new ACCC report offers some solutions to fixing our broken system — but is it too late to help journalism and news media?
As the line between fact and fiction continues to blur, the integrity of journalism is rapidly falling away.
Last week the media only took a few hours to switch from coverage of Indigenous recognition to instead focus on niche political responses to it. Unfortunately, this isn't unusual.
Politicians risk looking like complete fools when they reveal all for a book like Niki Savva's Plots and Prayers or for ABC documentaries like The Killing Season. Still, they persevere.
For all its sins, News Corp has a strong history of using its political clout for press freedom and for standing up for its journalists and whistleblowers.
With this new ruling, publishers will need to decide between increased monitoring or risking the occasional defamation suit.
Many countries have recently seen trust in media fall following fractious elections. It’s part shooting the messenger and part clear-eyed assessment of media failings in crisis.