Emily WatkinsJun 6, 2017
A free ad for Foxtel on its new streaming service, SBS axes its comedy website. Plus more media tidbits.
Jun 6, 20171 Comment
Proposed changes by the federal government would end the cross-media ownership rules that have restrained media-wide monopoly since the 1980s, writes journalist and media watcher Christopher Warren.
David SalterJun 5, 20179 Comments
The minions at News Corp were probably worried they'd never find another scapegoat. Bully for them.
CrikeyJun 2, 20171 Comment
Fidget spinners in Parli ... Roberts' penis fixation ... big names to go at News Corp? ...
Josh TaylorJun 1, 20174 Comments
CEOs from 25 Australian radio, TV, and newspaper companies have lobbied the Parliament to pass media reforms they say will ensure their survival.
Stephen MayneMay 25, 2017
How should Domain CEO Antony Catalano and other senior Fairfax executives behave now the company has agreed to open its books to TPG?
Helen RazerMay 25, 201716 Comments
News Corp columnist Shannon Molloy recently got into a bit of a tussle with a couple of "unacceptable homosexuals". The upshot of this stoush for queer politics is significant.
Emily WatkinsMay 22, 2017
Think Hellman and Friedman will ride to Fairfax's rescue? Think again.
May 15, 20173 Comments
While the market hears,“Profits!”, readers hear, “Fewer journalists, less news!” It's a confusing message, writes journalist and media watcher Christopher Warren.
Emily WatkinsMay 12, 20172 Comments
Adult services ads aren't worth what they once were to the newspaper industry, but newspapers have got to hustle any way they can these days.