April, 2015

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Plus ca change … The Monthly turns 10

, Apr 24, 2015

Australia's magazine of ideas, The Monthly, is marking its 10th birthday.
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Crikey 15 | Digital disruptions: Morry Schwartz

, Feb 24, 2015

Property developer and publisher Morry Schwartz is the owner of three of Australia’s most influential print publications -- Quarterly Essay, The Monthly and The Saturday Paper. But he tells Crikey even he is abandoning print.
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The Saturday Paper hits newsstands: it’s good, but is it enough?

, Mar 03, 2014

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Publisher Morry Schwartz said The Saturday Paper will have the first and last word. But the editors Crikey spoke to say that isn't the case ... at least not yet.
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Media briefs: AFR redundo payback? … Schwartz’s print revolution …

, Nov 15, 2013

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We've heard a very heavy-hitter was knocked back for a redundancy from Fairfax. Plus other media snippets.
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Saturdays with Morry: Schwartz to launch new newspaper

, Nov 07, 2013

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Who said print was dead? Crikey has the juice on a new newspaper bankrolled by Monthly publisher Morry Schwartz. Look for it on Saturdays.
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Media maestro Morry Schwartz

, Dec 05, 2011

His Quarterly Essay and The Monthly magazine are the most powerful left-wing voices in Australia. Paul Barry profiles publisher -- and property tycoon -- Morry Schwartz.
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Ellis to The Monthly: show me the money

, May 05, 2010

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Another episode in the sad and extraordinary saga of Asian-based freelance journalist Eric Ellis and Melbourne’s intellectual magazine, The Monthly, is about to unfold.

Manne relishes controversy, Warhaft does not

, May 05, 2009

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Manne may thrive on public controversies, but I don’t relish them and Sally has hated every second of this one, writes Gideon Haigh.

Gideon Haigh: Why I won’t write for The Monthly again

, May 03, 2009

The now ex-writer for The Monthly steps in to defend sacked editor (and former partner) Sally Warhaft -- and explain his perspective of the publishing feud.

The Monthly: detractors shouldn’t hide behind anonymity

, May 01, 2009

Mark Aarons and Alex Miller weigh in on the recent developments at The Monthly.