Caroline Marcus was forced to walkback claims about Channel Nine's culpability in the Ben McCormack case. Plus other media tid bits for the day.
Sky News' Samantha Maiden and Bennelong candidate and former Sky presenter Kristina Keneally have faced off in a fiery interview on the network.
The first day of the third Ashes Test from Perth dominated, helped by the three-hour time difference, so an easy win to Nine for the night and until the test ends. The third session was the most watched program with 1.33 million national viewers (942,000 metro and 391,000 in the regions). Session 2 had 944,000 […]
No prizes for guessing the NT News' biggest obsession.
The ABC has appointed Andrew Probyn its new political editor, replacing Chris Uhlmann.
News Corp's decision to stop reporting its print figures to the Audited Media Association of Australia is a political decision that lacks transparency.
An unauthorised biography of billionaire James Packer by Australian Financial Review journalist Aaron Patrick has been put on ice because of legal threats.
Amid a slew of magazine closures, the German giant is showing that it doesn't know how to transplant its publishing model to the "baffling" Australian market.
The New Yorker has fired its Washington correspondent Ryan Lizza -- whose article on Anthony Scaramucci saw the Trump adviser resign -- over what they say is improper sexual conduct.