The New York Times has introduced a gender initiative, including an editor for gender issues. It says it's been successful, but some in Australia remain sceptical.
A book on black women in music has been pulped. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Just months after Australia's first and only children's newspaper Crinkling News folded, News Corp has launched its own children's national news website.
Fairfax's long-time South East Asia correspondent Lindsay Murdoch has retired after 40 years with The Age and Fairfax Media.
A survey from last year found that staff are unhappy with management but remain proud to work at the ABC.
The NT paper has run a serious child welfare campaign after a shocking crime.
The ABC's head of editorial policies Alan Sunderland has tried to calm staff discontent over recent editorial missteps with an internal email and video today assuring them it's business as usual at the national broadcaster.
The cover of last week's Saturday Age Insight section took more than a little inspiration from a book designer's work, the paper has admitted.
News.com.au is claiming that it was censored after a ruling by the Classification Board found that one of its articles "directly or indirectly" advocated terrorist acts. And other media tidbits of the day.
Ahead of the ABC's appearance at Senate Estimates last night, a staff email announced a reshuffle of editorial positions that head of news Gaven Morris said would clear up any confusion after the chaos around the cabinet files and Emma Alberici decisions.