Documenting the Barnaby affair costs less than making fictional TV drama, yet it's just as entertaining. So it's a no-brainer, really.
The handing of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax cuts to TV networks hasn't quite produced the kinds of results claimed for company tax cuts.
The government has definitively told the ABC that if they're not going to stay off the media oligopolies' turf, then they'll be starved. It's going to take some shrewd maneuvering for the broadcaster to come out the other side.
Apart from a strong showing for Seven in the regions and a decent night for Masterchef, it was a ratings night to forget all round
In the middle of news media's biggest moment of crisis, the kids aren't the problem, and you could be part of the solution, Media Adviser explains.
Joy 94.9, the LGBTI community radio station, is facing a member revolt after a call for signatures to spill the station's board. But executives are responding to accusations of bullying with their own.
Comedian + sportsperson + incomprehensible name = profit? We take a look at the seemingly fixed categories of people you'll find on your airwaves.
When even a paparazzo thinks you've gone too far, you've probably gone too far.
Journalist Louise Milligan, author of Cardinal: The rise and fall of George Pell, has been ordered to transcribe her shorthand notes as she prepares to give evidence in Pell's court case.