Tele prints more dubious celebrity nudes

May 13, 2009

The Daily Telegraph has done another Pauline and published more dubious nude photographs of American starlet Rihanna on their website.

Rupert hedges his bets: locks up WSJ while chasing Hulu

May 12, 2009

Once again we have an example of Rupert Murdoch saying something and doing something completely different on the same subject: the internet.

YouTube decides new Supreme Court judge

May 12, 2009

It's now even easier for old footage of public figures to emerge and for the public to question them, like YouTube videos of blunders by nominees for the new US Supreme Court judge.

Citizen journalism: 1, evolutionary instincts for survival: 0

Citizen journalism: 1, evolutionary instincts for survival: 0

May 11, 2009

Over the weekend there was a massive gas explosion in Moscow. It raised questions about Russia's ageing energy infrastructure ... and the sanity of Russian civilians.

Online hoaxes: Mars, Wikipedia and high school students

May 8, 2009 3

So many hoaxes online, so little time.

The Punch defends its use of interns

The Punch defends its use of interns

May 7, 2009 12

The University of Technology in Sydney have received an offer from News Ltd's new venture The Punch for the opportunity for internships for their journalism students: unpaid internships.

Introducing the Twitter newspaper

May 7, 2009

Yes, it may seem like an awful development, still, here's an idea: it represents an IMMENSE opportunity for a brand to create a custom, branded paper.

Murdoch’s secret plan to charge for content

Murdoch’s secret plan to charge for content

May 7, 2009

Murdoch has gobbled up many media assets in recent times -- from the Wall Street Journal to MySpace, writes Stryker McGuire. Now it turns out, he's got bigger plan for them. Cue evil laughter.

News looks to charge for online content

May 7, 2009

In a move that could see them shake up the media industry or fall flat on their face, News Corp are developing a plan to charge for online content.

Meet Facebook’s porn cops

May 5, 2009

To keep Facebook clean and friendly for advertisers, the site employs a team of "porn cops" who spend their days monitoring and censoring users' content.