Helen Razer October 19, 2017 3 Comments
It seems we do not believe so much in political action as we do in the political power of painful stories. This is misguided.
Helen Razer October 5, 2017 4 Comments
The CEO and founder of Facebook is a rare and billionaire type to be sure, but one, thanks to his habit of being very typical very publicly, we can now identify.
Emily Watkins September 11, 2017 11 Comments
In a vicious cycle of outrage, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull winds up looking relatable in a picture of himself nursing a beer and a baby at the footy.
Christopher Warren August 7, 2017 2 Comments
Google and Facebook are both trying to mitigate the influence of fake news. But how successful can they be?
Crikey August 1, 2017 4 Comments
Sandy Baraiolo wrote to the party of her concern about PHON’s provision of receipts that did not, in her view, align with her banking records, writes freelance journalist Tom Ravlic.
Crikey July 31, 2017 7 Comments
What makes dealing with this “tsunami of polluted information” so difficult is that the forces driving it are not simple, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren.
Emily Watkins July 27, 2017 2 Comments
Could Sky News be Ten's saviour? And other media tidbits of the day.
Emily Watkins July 25, 2017 1 Comment
News Corp has accused the ABC of waging a war on Christians. Media Watch, as ever, has entered the fray.
Josh Taylor July 21, 2017
Turnbull is still as reliant on traditional media outlets as he is social media, despite a concerted push in his office to bypass them.
Christopher Warren July 17, 2017
If Facebook and Google are getting into the news business, how do you regulate the industry?