The ABC is a rare public institution that retains trust and unites Australians who otherwise are increasingly isolated from one another in their news consumption. What should its role be in a rapidly changing media environment?
A major influx of government money has been received well by Canadian media, but would such a plan work here?
News Corp's ranks are so stuffed with the children of existing and former journalists as to resemble a stately home on Christmas Eve.
The Australian today farewelled the disgusting Larry Pickering — and wholly failed to mention his hatred of Jews.
Journalists at Nine and Fairfax seem to be already embracing their looming marriage, following a scoop in Fairfax papers.
The Australian government continues to do and say nothing on Assange, but this is just one of many ongoing attacks on press freedom.
Once again, a tiny pack of interest-rate hawks at the Australian Financial Review are demanding the economy be crunched in the name of neoliberal orthodoxy.