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Journalists continue to leave Fairfax ... the UK papers' election coverage ... Mamamia does news ...

Journalists continue to leave Fairfax ... the UK papers' election coverage ... Mamamia does news ...

Emily WatkinsJun 8, 20174 Comments

The long list of journos leaving Fairfax continues, and the UK papers pull out all stops for their election editions. Plus more media tidbits.

Fairfax journos say goodbye to readers as redundancies finalised

Fairfax journos say goodbye to readers as redundancies finalised

Emily WatkinsJun 7, 20179 Comments

Alan Stokes, Rohan Connolly and Adam Morton are among big names to be leaving Fairfax, with decades of experience walking out the door in the latest round of redundancies.

A free ad for Foxtel in News Corp ... SBS axes comedy ... radio hosts dumped over song

A free ad for Foxtel in News Corp ... SBS axes comedy ... radio hosts dumped over song

Emily WatkinsJun 6, 2017

A free ad for Foxtel on its new streaming service, SBS axes its comedy website. Plus more media tidbits.

Fairfax journalists learning about voluntary redundancies ... ABC broadcaster remembered ... Ten's China links ...

Fairfax journalists learning about voluntary redundancies ... ABC broadcaster remembered ... Ten's China links ...

Emily WatkinsJun 6, 20171 Comment

Fairfax journalists learning about their voluntary redundancies. And other media tidbits of the day.

Racism doesn’t start on the bus, so why the media obsession with shaming PT ranters?

Racism doesn’t start on the bus, so why the media obsession with shaming PT ranters?

Helen RazerJun 6, 201710 Comments

The fixation on public transport “rants” is curious. These acts are rarely discussed as symptoms of broader social sicknesses.

Media monopoly: where journalists and readers don't pass Go

Media monopoly: where journalists and readers don't pass Go

Christopher WarrenJun 6, 20171 Comment

Proposed changes by the federal government would end the cross-media ownership rules that have restrained media-wide monopoly since the 1980s, writes journalist and media watcher Christopher Warren.

London's front pages ... Oz v ABC redux ... Rundle on the weekend's best rants ...

London's front pages ... Oz v ABC redux ... Rundle on the weekend's best rants ...

Emily WatkinsJun 5, 20173 Comments

How the UK newspapers covered London's terror attacks. And other media tidbits of the day.

'Many years from now': Sgt Pepper's is not the album you remember

'Many years from now': Sgt Pepper's is not the album you remember

Charlie LewisJun 2, 20173 Comments

The primary appeal of Sgt Pepper has, from the very beginning, been as much about nostalgia as music.

Stefanovic's rumbo rumble ... headline of the day ... Ten soccer deal a free kick for Murdoch ...

Stefanovic's rumbo rumble ... headline of the day ... Ten soccer deal a free kick for Murdoch ...

Emily WatkinsJun 2, 20172 Comments

Karl Stefanovic was photographed carrying rum drinks into a caravan park, and he is very unhappy about it.

Rupert Murdoch, ghostwriter? ... covfefe that ... NY Times cans public editor ...

Rupert Murdoch, ghostwriter? ... covfefe that ... NY Times cans public editor ...

Emily WatkinsJun 1, 20174 Comments

Is Rupert Mudoch writing the first draft of history? Plus: who needs an internal ethical press standards watchdog when you have Twitter?

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