Dan WoodMay 16, 201717 Comments
Early reports suggest the Senator has avoided serious injury.
Emily WatkinsMay 16, 20172 Comments
How hacking is shown in the media, the government showing support for Australian content. Plus more media news.
May 15, 20173 Comments
While the market hears,“Profits!”, readers hear, “Fewer journalists, less news!” It's a confusing message, writes journalist and media watcher Christopher Warren.
Glenn DyerMay 8, 20171 Comment
Is Fairfax's newspapers are in such dire straits, why would anyone want to pay $2.2 billion for the ailing giant?
Emily WatkinsMay 8, 20171 Comment
How do you turn a boring pre-budget speech by Scott Morrison into fun clickbait?
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.
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.
Bernard KeaneApr 20, 2017
By collecting and using vulnerabilities in widely used software, our own intelligence agencies pose a double threat to business -- while governments preach cybersecurity.
Glenn DyerApr 19, 20171 Comment
Gambling advertisements are propping up failing newspapers' bottom lines. But the more consumers lose on pokies, the less they have to spend at other advertisers. What to do?