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Changes at the top for Ten's owner CBS

Changes at the top for Ten's owner CBS

CBS CEO Les Moonves is reportedly heading for the exit, following disquiet after six women accused him of sexual misconduct in a story in The New Yorker last month.

The Economist stands by Steve Bannon invite as debate continues

The Economist stands by Steve Bannon invite as debate continues

In direct contrast to The New Yorker, The Economist has doubled down on its invitation.

New Zealand journalist detained on Nauru

New Zealand journalist detained on Nauru

Barbara Dreaver, Pacific correspondent for New Zealand broadcaster TVNZ, has been detained by police on Nauru while interviewing refugees settled on the island.

Scott Morrison continues 'normal bloke' media tour

Scott Morrison continues 'normal bloke' media tour

The "make Scott Morrison relatable" media tour continues, with a series of friendly, soft-ball interviews.

China bans ABC websites, but still claims its internet is 'fully open'

China bans ABC websites, but still claims its internet is 'fully open'

The ABC has had its websites and apps blocked in China, with the Chinese government stating that the country's rights "shall be maintained towards some overseas websites violating China's laws and regulations".

Press Council votes to remove controversial member Carla McGrath

Press Council votes to remove controversial member Carla McGrath

Carla McGrath has been removed from the Press Council after months of criticism surrounding her role as deputy chair of GetUp.

NT News 'final solution' comment in breach of press standards

NT News 'final solution' comment in breach of press standards

The Australian Press Council has found the NT News in breach of its standards by publishing a text message about Eurovision that referred to the "final solution".

BuzzFeed asks readers to donate to support its journalism

BuzzFeed asks readers to donate to support its journalism

BuzzFeed is moving to solicit reader donations in a move mirroring successful crowdfunding by The Guardian.

Blogger Shane Dowling sentenced to jail for contempt

Blogger Shane Dowling sentenced to jail for contempt

Anti-corruption blogger Shane Dowling, who heads up Kangaroo Court Australia, has been sentenced to 18 months prison for contempt of court.

Fairfax apologises to Keating over ABC story

Fairfax apologises to Keating over ABC story

Fairfax Media has published an apology to former PM Paul Keating about an unverified story which seemed suggested that Keating had threatened the ABC during his time as treasurer.