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New York Post circulation down 20%

Glenn Dyer April 28, 2009

News Corp's foundation US paper, the New York Post is bleeding badly.

21 years of TV Hits

Crikey April 27, 2009

Hunks, spunks and heart-throbs: Pacific magazine's TV Hits has just celebrated its 21st anniversary.

Big money doesn’t equal good journalism

Crikey April 27, 2009

Do we really need big media organisations to have good quality journalism?

Media gets knickers in knot over Rupert’s Wall Street Journal

Crikey April 27, 2009

When Rupert buys media, he gives it the full Murdoch treatment... and not everyone likes it.

Death of UK papers = death of digital archives

Crikey April 24, 2009

Media experts are worried about what happens to the archives when a regional paper goes bust.

Meanjin: Productivity Commission committing cultural sabotage

Crikey April 23, 2009

If you don’t care about the survival of independent publishing in Australia, perhaps the Commission's recommendations won’t bother you. If you do, they should, writes Sophie Cunningham.

Note to Senator Kerry: newspapers are f-cked

Crikey April 22, 2009

Why are we bailing out the past when we should be investing in the future?

Red ink flows at the New York Times

Glenn Dyer April 22, 2009

The New York Times Company has continued the trend of appalling results from US media groups, with a 27% plunge in ad revenue.

Why Time and Newsweek will never be The Economist

Crikey April 22, 2009

"We're going to turn things around by being like The Economist" may be the most overused magazine cliché, but trying to emulate the mag is a fool's errand. Vanity Fair explain why.

Indian media in recession denial

Crikey April 21, 2009

Indian newspapers are banning the use of the word "recession" in connection with their country. Apparently a recession is only something that happens in America.