Myriam RobinDec 14, 20169 Comments
It's not often you see a book on a Sydney celebrity published through a university press. But Jacenko has been rather more interesting than most publicists.
Bernard KeaneNov 25, 201631 Comments
For nanny statists, there'll always be another threat to exploit to impose controls on low-income people. The sugar tax is only the latest.
Myriam RobinOct 21, 20163 Comments
Did you think the SBS ad averaging bill was dead, buried and cremated? So did Save Our SBS. But the government wants to have another go.
Myriam RobinAug 25, 20164 Comments
ABC journalists and producers are up in arms about a new deal with Swisse, a company that sued the ABC over a segment that questioned whether the company's vitamins were "independently tested".
Myriam RobinJul 5, 20161 Comment
If you think traffic on the net is easily quantifiable, think again.
Myriam RobinMay 19, 201612 Comments
The Senator has been asked to take down his ads featuring footage of Parliament, but he's doubling down instead.
CrikeyApr 11, 20164 Comments
Does one angry blogger trump a three-year campaign? And other media tidbits of the day.
Apr 7, 201618 Comments
The Prime Minister had some strong words for the banking sector yesterday. Not that you'd read about in the News Corp papers. Glenn Dyer and Myriam Robin report.
Myriam RobinAug 28, 20157 Comments
Students are enrolling in journalism courses in greater numbers. But they may find themselves writing snappy slogans for soft-drink companies rather than breaking front-page news.
Josh TaylorAug 3, 20153 Comments
An individual fan has convinced behemoth Unilever to create a new product just for him! Sound too good to be true? We have the inside scoop.