The debate over whether Julian Assange is a journalist or not serves no purpose other than to undercut future press freedom.
How can journalism remain objective when faced with carefully curated social media instead of press conferences, and an attitude that criticism makes you an enemy of the people?
Outrage media is big money in Australia and abroad. But, as the aftermath of the Christchurch attacks shows, it can do more harm than good for its allies in the political mainstream.
As Mark Zuckerberg starts talking about the importance of "privacy", it's important to note his definition might be different from yours.
We used to have huge journalistic personalities dominating our screens — now it's difficult for the average person to name even one.
Nine has reported increased revenue and lower costs, but a look at the papers suggests that this is through significantly narrowing their focus.
It's time to find new ways for advertising to support the discovery of independent news.
Former politicians bring skills and experiences that are often lacking in the usual suspects you’ll find on boards of private companies, but they pose other concerns.