In a year of dodgy journalism, Seven stood head and shoulders above the rest
It’s a simple economic truth: when journalists have to work for their audience, they have to work harder.
The competition regulator has started from first principles to consider journalism, its social benefits and threats to its business model. But it doesn't get very far with solutions.
From serious politics to pop culture, there are several bright spots in the New Zealand media landscape. What could we glean from them?
From classifieds to morning TV to news-desk assistants and street press, it's lumps of coal all round this Christmas.
Will we see more like Judith Neilson's "staggering" donation to create a more viable philanthropic journalism sector in Australia?
Politicians understand the threat to good government from the Coalition's encryption bill. But they are only interested in protecting themselves, not the rest of us.