Seven West Media have announced that it is expecting a rise in earnings for the 2018-19 financial year. This will be the first such rise in years.
A much anticipated lawsuit has been brought against Fairfax by former soldier Ben Roberts-Smith after allegations of bullying and violence were printed in Fairfax papers.
Three years after a pivot to online retail, the ABC is planning to close its online stores.
Chris Kenny doesn't shy away from a bit of media biff, but he's now taken aim at someone inside The Australian.
The ABC has announced that it is cancelling nightly comedy show Tonightly, hosted by Tom Ballard.
Ben Roberts-Smith, the Seven executive and decorated SAS veteran, has reportedly launched defamation action against Fairfax for a story alleging war crimes and domestic violence.
The Daily Telegraph will pull out the truth defence in defamation action brought by actor Geoffrey Rush.
Contrary to earlier reports, Sky News' newly promoted program director Greg Byrnes knew about, and approved of, the station's interview with fascist Blair Cottrell.
The fallout from Sky News' interview with far-right extremist and convicted stalker Blair Cottrell continues as companies begin to pull ads from the network.