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How can Seven turn its fortunes around?

How can Seven turn its fortunes around?

Seven West Media has posted another huge loss in its annual report. Can Kerry Stokes turn this around?

The kids of News Corp's culture wars 

The kids of News Corp's culture wars 

Innocent or guilty? The culture wars often drag children up in waves of confusing messaging from the News Corp commentariat.

Alan Jones is on thin ice? Don't count on it.

Alan Jones is on thin ice? Don't count on it.

Macquarie Media has threatened to sack Jones if he offends again. But that threat was missing some important details.

No better illustration of a 'Canberra bubble' than Newspoll silliness

No better illustration of a 'Canberra bubble' than Newspoll silliness

Australian polls aren't just unreliable — the majority of voters pay little attention to politics, so claims that sentiment shifts from week to week are impossible to prove.

How News Corp Australia sets up the US debate — and vice-versa

How News Corp Australia sets up the US debate — and vice-versa

When you decry the "Americanisation" of Australian political discourse, remember who inspires Fox News' talking points in the first place.

It's crunch time for Kerry Stokes

It's crunch time for Kerry Stokes

Controlling media assets is often more about the power and prestige than the actual dollars. But can Kerry Stokes keep tolerating this?

How Aussie kids' TV is leading the world in kindness

How Aussie kids' TV is leading the world in kindness

Diversity, representation and 'Australianness' were all once considered too risky in kids' TV. In 2019, the exact opposite is true.

Fear of a burning planet: the semantics of climate change

Fear of a burning planet: the semantics of climate change

As Scott Morrison showed in Tuvalu this week, language has always been central to the politics of climate change.

Seven West Media is in real trouble

Seven West Media is in real trouble

CEO Tim Worner has resigned and shares are at an all-time low. Kerry Stokes, is this really an 'exciting time' for Seven?

Racism is more than hatred. It’s emotional abuse.

Racism is more than hatred. It’s emotional abuse.

People of colour, even famous and successful ones like Ben Simmons, are expected to keep their heads down — to serve, to soothe, to entertain. When they don’t, the backlash is so swift and so vicious it can be dizzying.