News Corp claim revenue driven by reader "trust" has more than offset the decline in advertising dollars. But there's a hard ceiling on those figures that newspapers can't afford to ignore.
The Daily Telegraph has gone all-out in its coverage today of its defamation case with actor Geoffrey Rush.
The media monoliths continue their unstoppable growth, despite fines from the EU and continued cries from traditional marketing bodies.
The social media giant is putting an even tighter squeeze on news content, raising questions about how media companies already struggling for engagement are expected to survive.
In newspapers' heyday, they would never have dreamed of selling front pages to advertisers. But we're seeing it more and more for one reason: Money.
Chris Uhlmann, fresh at Nine, is getting plenty of attention for his fill-in job at the commercial network's breakfast program, Today.
Caroline Marcus was forced to walkback claims about Channel Nine's culpability in the Ben McCormack case. Plus other media tid bits for the day.
An unauthorised biography of billionaire James Packer by Australian Financial Review journalist Aaron Patrick has been put on ice because of legal threats.
The journalists' union has met with HuffPost Australia staff, and says they were disrespected by their employer when it shut down its local edition.