For most media organisations, responding to complaints is a business necessity. For the ABC, it's a means by which the government can exert control.
News Corp's shift away from purely relationship-driven politics towards right-wing populism came slowly, but the ingredients were always there.
There's very little that the Turnbull government didn't do for Rupert Murdoch's enterprises. So why did Murdoch push to axe him?
As long as Mitch Fifield has his job, and the current board is appointed by him, there will be a clear view to minimise the ABC.
News Corp is replacing disappearing ad revenues with a model based on localised outrage journalism. Is it working?
A lag between global debate and Australian demography on the one hand and the traditional media on the other that caught the ABC off-guard.
Those complaining about media figures agitating for leadership change should remember the lengths ailing legacy media will go to for viewers.
For Australian journalists, it's not enough to see social media as simply a tool for distribution — they need to gear up for war every time they log on.
News Corp's race-baiting is as much about a shrinking bottom-line as it is about any conservative agenda. What does that mean for advertisers and activists?