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ABC Radio's deliberate step to the right

ABC Radio's deliberate step to the right

Myriam RobinNov 22, 201628 Comments

The ABC has appointed right-of-centre hosts to several high-profile metropolitan radio gigs, as part of a campaign to broaden the ABC's political diversity.

The 18C hypocrites wilfully ignore other threats to free speech and the actual public

The 18C hypocrites wilfully ignore other threats to free speech and the actual public

Bernard KeaneNov 7, 201611 Comments

While the Prime Minister panders to opponents of the Racial Discrimination Act, much worse threats to free speech go unmentioned.

Mayne: Domain falls flat as Fairfax continues to duck and weave on executive pay

Mayne: Domain falls flat as Fairfax continues to duck and weave on executive pay

Stephen MayneNov 3, 2016

No one likes to see a CEO, particularly a former journalist, make more than $10 million firing thousands of staff, but that’s exactly what has happened at Fairfax.

Isentia index: Ardent Leisure CEO gets death threats over Dreamworld tragedy

Isentia index: Ardent Leisure CEO gets death threats over Dreamworld tragedy

CrikeyNov 2, 20162 Comments

Ardent Leisure CEO Deborah Thomas has referred social media threats against herself and her family to NSW Police, after media outlets published photographs of her apartment building and the school her teenage son attends.

Kenny v Bacon, in the flesh

Kenny v Bacon, in the flesh

Myriam RobinOct 31, 20162 Comments

At a fiery panel, The Australian's Chris Kenny refused to reveal whether he paid the $8000 fee for a journalist's visa to Nauru.

Bowraville podcast picks up 4 Walkley nods as Oz muscles in on ABC turf

Bowraville podcast picks up 4 Walkley nods as Oz muscles in on ABC turf

Myriam RobinOct 21, 2016

The ABC has long had the radio Walkley categories sewn up, but The Australian's Bowraville podcast is giving the public broadcaster a run for its money.

Ebeid is wrong on SBS Zela: Former editor speaks out

Ebeid is wrong on SBS Zela: Former editor speaks out

Myriam Robin and Sally WhyteOct 18, 20161 Comment

Michael Ebeid told Senate estimates that no resources were dedicated to SBS Zela before it was shut down. Former editor Danielle Warby says that is wrong. Myriam Robin and Sally Whyte report.

Weekly Review slashes newsroom, with 16 journos to go

Weekly Review slashes newsroom, with 16 journos to go

Myriam RobinOct 14, 2016

Big cuts at the suburban newspaper group were announced to the newsroom on Friday.

AAP plugs the journalistic gaps left by shrinking papers

AAP plugs the journalistic gaps left by shrinking papers

Myriam RobinOct 7, 20161 Comment

The Australian wire service has more than doubled the number of court cases it covers every day.

The Australian goes off half-cocked, misses the real problem with SBS' Viceland channel

The Australian goes off half-cocked, misses the real problem with SBS' Viceland channel

Glenn Dyer and Myriam RobinOct 5, 20162 Comments

SBS has trumpeted its exciting new partnership with Vice Media, to be called Viceland. But there's a pretty big problem with Viceland's UK and US launches, write Glenn Dyer and Myriam Robin.

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