A non-profit model for the NYT? [PDF]

April 30, 2009

An upcoming presentation by Penelope Muse Abernathy on how the New York Times could operate under a non-profit model.

Senator John Kerry’s quest to save American newspapers

April 29, 2009

John Kerry will next week open hearings of the subcommittee on communication and technology in an effort to staunch the massive losses in US newspapers.

The Monthly’s knife fight in a dinghy

The Monthly’s knife fight in a dinghy

April 29, 2009

If your principal fund of ideas is coming from the man who is also about to be/actually is the country's leader, then you're less a publication of critical commentary than a mouthpiece.

The Monthly gets its Manne after Warhaft exits

April 29, 2009

According to a long-term observer of Melburnian journalism, it is a simple enough case of "two middle aged bores who can’t stand it when a smart young woman answers them back."

Why Portfolio folded

April 29, 2009

Condé Nast's business magazine, Portfolio has closed; Slate lists four reasons why.

Front page spread: how the world awoke to Swine Flu

April 28, 2009

The spread of Swine Flu is big news.

New York Post circulation down 20%

April 28, 2009

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

21 years of TV Hits

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

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

April 27, 2009

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