What newspapers can learn from iPhones

April 15, 2009

Newspapers used to be people's daily connection to the world, the provider of every scrap of essential information. But iPhone apps just do it so much better.

Dymocks: throwing the book at parallel importing

April 9, 2009

There’s something a little coy about Dymocks' current campaign for the parallel importation of books into Australia.

Could local news save our free dailies?

April 7, 2009

A week ago something interesting happened in the pages of throwaway US dailies -- and Australia could be next, writes Eleri Harris.

Twitter switch for Guardian, after 188 years of ink

April 1, 2009

The Guardian has announced that it will become the first newspaper in the world to be published exclusively via Twitter.

Why USA Today publisher resigned unexpectedly

April 1, 2009

More than half of USA Today's circulation is provided to hotel guests, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation.

Pissing in the sink

February 14, 2000

Col Allan, editor in chief of Sydney's Daily Telegraph and Rupert Murdoch's favourite editor in Australia, has a reputation that precedes him. John Howard, Paul Keating and Bob Carr have been known to eat out of his hand and even some of the most senior executives at News Ltd are afraid to take him on.