Emily WatkinsApr 13, 20173 Comments
The unanimous resolution called on management to brief staff on News' business model, allow for feedback on where it's failing, and to consult on this before downsizing editorial staff numbers.
Apr 13, 20174 Comments
The history of large generalist newsrooms -- that is, daily newspapers -- suggests a strong correlation between quantity and quality, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren.
Glenn DyerApr 13, 20171 Comment
A fairly forgettable night all round as the major networks achieve a resounding "OK"
Apr 12, 20174 Comments
After gloating that rival Fairfax's poor business practices were leading to massive newsroom redundancies, News Corp has now admitted its own finances are shaky, and is going to send dozens of journalists packing, write Emily Watkins and Glenn Dyer.
Glenn DyerApr 12, 2017
The commercials are on cruise control in the lead up to Easter.
Emily WatkinsApr 11, 20174 Comments
Fairfax wants newsagents to know that they are supposed to prominently display The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and the Australian Financial Review.
Emily WatkinsApr 11, 20178 Comments
Scott Morrison cheated on Ray Hadley's show with -- of all people! -- Jon Faine. We suggest some Beyonce might help soothe Hadley's broken heart.
CrikeyApr 10, 201713 Comments
In memory of John Clarke, our favourite of the Clarke and Dawe sketches:
David SalterApr 10, 201714 Comments
A doozy of a column in The Australian today says to hell with public broadcasting.
Glenn DyerApr 10, 20172 Comments
The Department of Homeland Security tried to force Twitter to "unmask" a government critic, but the threat of a lawsuit from the ACLU forced a backflip.