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The Age turns tabloid ... remembering Hef ... dick-tater ...

The Age turns tabloid ... remembering Hef ... dick-tater ...

The Age continues the Sudanese gang narrative with crime statistics, and Hugh Hefner has been remembered as a stunning success.

'A headphone deal was on our radar' ... how to solve the empty seats problem ... News Corp's revolving door ...

'A headphone deal was on our radar' ... how to solve the empty seats problem ... News Corp's revolving door ...

Poor Sophie Monk, she wanted to sign a sponsorship deal with a headphone manufacturer but says News Corp might have spoiled her chances.

A gong for the ABC ... Vale David Lyle ... Bodyguard for BBC reporter

A gong for the ABC ... Vale David Lyle ... Bodyguard for BBC reporter

The space age arrives in the Northern Territory, and other media tidbits of the day.

Fake news and hate speech are spoiling online advertising

Fake news and hate speech are spoiling online advertising

Journalism may have taken a hit in the "fake news" era, but digital advertisers are the ones who are really feeling the pinch, writes Christopher Warren.

You can't ask that ... Oz goes Chinese ... Sadness at the massage parlour

You can't ask that ... Oz goes Chinese ... Sadness at the massage parlour

Awards for the ABC, translators at the Oz, and more.

'He should be stripped and flogged, the bastard' ... Faine producer leaves ... raising shell ...

'He should be stripped and flogged, the bastard' ... Faine producer leaves ... raising shell ...

Gerry Harvey thinks Joe Aston should be hung (he means hanged), stripped and flogged.

Rebel with a cash payout ... Maurice Newman's grab-bag of nuttiness ... gran of coke ...

Rebel with a cash payout ... Maurice Newman's grab-bag of nuttiness ... gran of coke ...

Rebel Wilson has won a record defamation payout of $4.5 million.