September, 2017

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Farewell to Michael Cockerill … Conversation expands … rub and thug …

, Sep 01, 2017

Soccer journalist Michael Cockerill has died of cancer.
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InDaily puts out the busker’s hat … Palin cops another loss … Fox outruns itself …

, Aug 30, 2017

InDaily joins the long list of publications looking to subsidise their operations with philanthropic donations.
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Biology lessons from the Gippsland Times … Crimes Centrelink story breaches Press Council standards … tune in for Dame Judi Andrews

, Aug 24, 2017

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The Gippsland Times has some curious biology advice in an ad for the same-sex marriage No campaign.
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Youth media push AEC enrolment … Isentia confirms poor performance with results … just a moon over a sun …

, Aug 23, 2017

Youth focused media outlets have banded together to encourage their audience to enrol to vote ahead of the same-sex marriage postal survey.
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Journalism awards cancelled after they bow to sponsor pressure … Rebel Wilson pays out defamation suit … Bannon going to war for Trump …

, Aug 21, 2017

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Journalism awards cancelled due to sponsor pressure and Rebel Wilson settles a defamation suit.
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Latho and Daily Mail sent defo letters … doyen departs … new spectrum editor named …

, Aug 18, 2017

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Junkee editor Osman Faruqi has sent Mark Latham a legal letter after Latho accused him of giving succour to terrorists.
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Prodigal son returns … carn the All Blacks … a screwball comedy in the making …

, Aug 17, 2017

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Daily Mail Australia editor-in-chief Luke McIlveen is moving back to News Corp as executive editor of Fox Sports.
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Good feud guide … Lyons to head investigative journalism at ABC … Opera critic rinses Age arts coverage …

, Aug 16, 2017

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ABC's Emma Alberici and Sky News' Caroline Marcus have a twitter tiff over marriage equality, John Lyons to head investigative journalism at the ABC, and other media news.
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Sorry is the hardest word … Hack’s Nazi interview … Journos upset by swearwords …

, Aug 15, 2017

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News Corp tabloids fail to apologise for incorrectly attributing modelling of a Labor budget blow-out to the Parliamentary Budget Office, Triple J's Hack interview a Nazi, and some people who swear all the time get upset about some choice language.
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Nine’s photo mix-up … Aussies won’t pay for news … Reading the Samday Papers …

, Aug 14, 2017

Nine.com.au issues an apology after publishing an image of the wrong man in relation to a paedophile story.
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FOI reveals nothing about Foxtel sports money … Delta is a bad influence … no gender stereotypes in ads …

, Jul 19, 2017

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There 's no evidence that Foxtel and the government corresponded over $30 million to broadcast women's sport.
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Playboy v the White House … Isentia v Meltwater … Times subs v the world …

, Jun 29, 2017

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The media company holding the Trump White House to account is ... Playboy.
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Ten out of 10 for The Australian’s cock-up … News in the mortgage business … foreign criminals …

, Jun 27, 2017

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Whoopsies, The Australian has made quite the clanger about Ten's chairman -- it could be a very costly mistake.
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Al Jazeera under threat … Aston claims victory … sketch tragedy in White House press briefing …

, Jun 26, 2017

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Political enemies of Qatar have demanded that news network Al Jazeera be shut down.
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Daily Mail says ripping off stories is just fine … finding Schapelle … wanna buy a TV station? …

, Jun 23, 2017

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Yes, the Daily Mail rewrites other journalists' stories as a fundamental part of its business model. And no, it is not sorry.