Attempts to regulate Facebook are growing around the world, and are getting bolder in their demands.
As column space shrinks, art journals close and writer fees go down, many are wondering what we will lose if arts journalism disappears.
Podcasts aren't easy or cheap to make, but they are free to listen to. Why are so many subscriber-focused outlets jumping on board?
Dylan Howard, a former Seven and Geelong Advertiser journalist, has come to international attention in the wake of the National Enquirer's attempt to extort Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Whoever takes the reins of the ABC will have some big, troubled shoes to fill. Who do the media think will be up to the task?
The Daily Mail and Nine have breached press council standards with reports that "could contribute to substantial prejudice against transgender people". This isn't the first time we've seen these complaints.
BuzzFeed brings in more than 690 million readers per month, but the company is still missing its revenue targets. Are these business models no longer sustainable?
Adler's personal talent for finding and publishing new and important voices will be missed, say those in the industry.
The Kerri-Anne Kennerley v Yumi Stynes stoush has highlighted something Australian media is obsessed with: when you can and can't call something "racist".