CrikeyJun 7, 20171 Comment
Paper defends Mirabella defamation claim ... Shorten not hateful enough for the Oz ... Culleton gets what he wants (sort of)
Bernard KeaneMar 17, 201732 Comments
The reaction of journalists to innocuous comments by the new ACTU secretary reflect a poor understanding of what the law actually is.
CrikeyMar 3, 2017
In response to questions from Crikey yesterday, the department reiterated previous statements in January given to tech publications.
Mar 2, 20172 Comments
It is incumbent on journalists and anyone interested in freedom of speech to talk about these restrictions as much as possible, writes former editor-in-chief of the SMH Peter Fray.
David SalterJan 24, 20179 Comments
Things would go very differently if the Australian press took on President Donald Trump.
Bernard KeaneDec 23, 20166 Comments
The concept of "fake news" distracts from the more serious challenge of quality journalism at time when there are fewer journalists, editors and producers to provide it.
Myriam RobinAug 23, 2016
Courts are great for news stories. They're full of conflict, individuals and scandal. But reporting well on courts takes time and investment.
Aug 1, 20164 Comments
If you’re a loner with a gun fetish, the media offers you a compelling way to make sure everyone knows your name, your face, your grievances, writes journalism lecturer Glynn Greensmith.
Myriam RobinJul 15, 20164 Comments
The New Beats project has collated data on the post-redundancy careers of 225 journalists.
Jul 7, 2016
Even journalists who set out to tell survivors' stories often get it wrong, writes Loni Cooper, editor of Uncovered and journalism fellow at the Centre for Advancing Journalism