The loudest calls for ending workplace harassment are coming from the media, itself one of the slowest industries in adopting structural change.
The ACCC's new media merger guidelines address diversity but not in a way that provides any certainty for investors or consumers.
A changing media environment is producing greater policy challenges than ever before for media regulation, but so far they've been ignored.
Sharri Markson's incorrigible self-interest is actually a symptom shared by many journalists in an industry that won't stop talking about itself.
As governments from both sides of politics work with Alcoa to save jobs, journalists are left to fend for themselves.
The New York Times has raised the issue of he-said-she-said journalism. It should be discussed here, too, but it's more complicated than media critics think.
Trust in Australia's commercial media continues to slump despite the industry's insistence all is well.
It appears the government has decided to conduct a media inquiry, with details to be announced this afternoon.
Former Washington Post editor Leonard Downie Jr and Michael Schudson have written an incredibly comprehensive report on how they believe the American journalism industry can be reconstructed. It's 17 pages, but worth your time.