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Nine abandons regional news in TV and print

Nine abandons regional news in TV and print

After less than two years in operation, Nine has closed two of its regional Australian newsrooms in order to cut costs.

Free-to-air viability in doubt as companies slash TV value

Free-to-air viability in doubt as companies slash TV value

Southern Cross Austereo has followed Seven West Media in slashing millions from the value of its TV operations.

Today's new team faces an uphill battle

Today's new team faces an uphill battle

All eyes are on the ratings for Nine's rebranded morning show after a rough start to the year.

The true cost of the true crime phenomenon

The true cost of the true crime phenomenon

Recent Australian true crime podcasts have reignited interest in cold cases and led to arrests. But what is the price for our obsession?

Will Stan survive the global streaming wars?

Will Stan survive the global streaming wars?

This is going to be a huge year for Nine's newly acquired streaming service.

Who could replace Karl Stefanovic on Today?

Who could replace Karl Stefanovic on Today?

As Today parts ways with long-time host Karl Stefanovic, the media is in a frenzy trying to predict his replacement.

Merry Xmas (the Footy Show war is over)

Merry Xmas (the Footy Show war is over)

After nearly two decades, Seven has crushed Nine's Footy Show.

My ‘realistic wish’ for Australian comedy

My ‘realistic wish’ for Australian comedy

If the good ol' Chaser boys can't make it on the ABC, who can? 

The Coalition’s savagery towards the ABC is consistent with their cultural disregard

The Coalition’s savagery towards the ABC is consistent with their cultural disregard

The government has been in ABC attack mode since 2013, the same year it promised in opposition there would be no cuts to the ABC.

How much should the ABC be investing in Australian arts and culture?

How much should the ABC be investing in Australian arts and culture?

The ABC really is Australia’s most important cultural institution. But is it meeting its charter responsibilities to the arts?