A Sydney magistrate has criticised journalist Laura Banks who was assaulted by Salim Mehajer.
It seems, with this interview, that 60 Minutes has ruined its once-proud reputation for asking the hard questions.
Australia's biggest rival media companies have joined forces against Rebel Wilson's massive payout. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
There are certainly some details missing in this offering from the Minister for Tourism and Culture.
The ABC has finally re-posted chief economics correspondent Emma Ablerici's analysis of corporate tax cuts.
Arts magazine Limelight has been given a reprieve after a group of investors came forward to try to save it.
A former senior journalist has told Crikey the last few weeks at the ABC have been so demoralising internally that senior journalists he'd spoken to are even considering leaving.
The Daily Telegraph has gone all-out in its coverage today of its defamation case with actor Geoffrey Rush.
The Seven Network has been patting itself on the back for last week's ratings performance, but there are more factors to consider.
Contrary to an extensive New Matilda article and an errant line in an ABC report, barrister Charles Waterstreet has told Crikey he has not lodged any defamation proceedings against a woman who accused him of sexual harassment.