The world's media has descended on Christchurch this week, and already things are starting to get tense and overwhelming.
"If he knew in advance that no one would have published or discussed his manifesto, would that have changed things?"
Foxtel will be hard pressed to make up the numbers after former partner Telstra's streaming services have overtaken it in total subscribers
Outrage media is big money in Australia and abroad. But, as the aftermath of the Christchurch attacks shows, it can do more harm than good for its allies in the political mainstream.
As social media giants are under pressure over the hosting of Christchurch attack footage, legacy media outlets are finding they're not free from scrutiny.
As dangerous fringe groups move into the mainstream, a conversation needs to be had about media responsibility and how best to report on the far-right.
The media has a lot to answer for in its mainstreaming of racist and anti-Muslim commentary, and it's not just the far-right outlets that are to blame.
A white supremacist killer has again shown us the violent hatred that lurks inside us. Don’t turn away without acknowledging it.