Emily WatkinsMay 8, 20171 Comment
How do you turn a boring pre-budget speech by Scott Morrison into fun clickbait?
May 8, 20175 Comments
And a new player enters the fray, writes business journalist Michael West.
May 5, 20177 Comments
An emergency meeting at Buckingham Palace! What could be more exciting!
Emily WatkinsMay 5, 20172 Comments
Why does a newspaper need subeditors? The front page of The Sydney Morning Herald holds a clue.
CrikeyMay 5, 20173 Comments
Quality journalism doesn't necessarily require journalists.
May 4, 20176 Comments
In a statement to the market, Fairfax boss Greg Hywood said the company would continue to publish while its journalists were on strike. The company has also threatened to fire journalists who are taking part in the wildcat strike, write Sally Whyte and Emily Watkins
Emily WatkinsMay 3, 2017
Fairfax New Zealand had hoped to merge with NZME, but the regulator has blocked the deal. That will likely mean redundancies and reduced printing for Fairfax's New Zealand assets.
May 3, 2017
The champions of press freedom need to do more than cloak themselves in glib phrases, writes MEAA CEO Paul Murphy.
Stephen MayneMay 2, 20171 Comment
After 7-Eleven, the Commonwealth Bank and Caltex,Gold Walkley award-winning journo Adele Ferguson is working with the ABC again.
Emily WatkinsMay 2, 2017
Today in Media Files, Daily Mail Australia confuses its Wog Boys in story about Nick Giannopoulos, and, in the US, Fox News faces yet another lawsuit.