For decades, News Corp has bullied and threatened its media rivals. Something desperately needs to change.
As papers close and ad revenue plummets, it's becoming clear that the next victim of coronavirus will be print media.
The 96-hour news cycle, instigated by social media, has shifted the balance of power in Australian media and politics.
In 2010, Perth woman Claire Murray, a heroin addict, died as a result of complications from her second liver transplant. A new film chronicles her life and the media pile-on it inspired.
It's not too late for the Nine board to delay the shuttering of AAP while alternate funding sources are explored.
How could the government replace or support AAP if it was minded to? There are mechanisms for doing it — but they come with a potentially significant impact on the industry.
As News Corp and Nine race to shutter Australian Associated Press, is there anything that can be done to stop its demise?
With Nine and News Corp preparing to shutter Australian Associated Press, the ACCC must intervene.