April 28, 2017 2
Channel Nine has been told by UBS that it pays too much to broadcast the cricket. Will they stop paying for or just spend less?
April 27, 2017
Crinkling News is Australia's first children's newspaper, and editor Saffron Howden told Crikey its re-subscription rate has been more than 60%.
April 26, 2017 1
ACMA has found a marriage equality ad that played on Foxtel on Valentine's Day was not in breach of the rules, though the same ad on Sky was problematic. And Ray Hadley got away with playing a political ad during a blackout period because he wasn't paid for it.
April 26, 2017 3
Who would have thought an ad depicting a graphic crucifixion (on Easter) would have breached advertising standards?
April 24, 2017
Seven is hoping Edwina Bartholomew's upcoming wedding will be a ratings bonanza.
April 24, 2017 7
Rule No. 1: if you're a pollie embroiled in an travel expenses scandal, it's best to say something meaningful, ASAP.
April 21, 2017 13
Was a gang of violent Sudanese youths taking over the streets of Melbourne?
April 18, 2017 7
A new app will turn Uber drivers into on-the-fly camera operators for major news networks.
April 13, 2017 3
The unanimous resolution called on management to brief staff on News' business model, allow for feedback on where it's failing, and to consult on this before downsizing editorial staff numbers.
April 12, 2017 4
After gloating that rival Fairfax's poor business practices were leading to massive newsroom redundancies, News Corp has now admitted its own finances are shaky, and is going to send dozens of journalists packing, write Emily Watkins and Glenn Dyer.