Glenn Dyer December 15, 2017 3 Comments
Rupert Murdoch's spin is in overdrive as he tries to justify the Fox-Disney sale as anything but what it is: a necessary deal to save a falling company.
Emily Watkins December 14, 2017 2 Comments
News Corp's decision to stop reporting its print figures to the Audited Media Association of Australia is a political decision that lacks transparency.
firstname.lastname@example.org December 14, 2017 5 Comments
Among the barrage of inquiries following media reforms passing this year, regulators will be looking at how the ABC can compete in the modern media jungle.
Glenn Dyer December 14, 2017
Ahead of a 21st Century Fox restructure and the monolithic Fox-Disney deal, questions are being raised about how Rupert's heirs fit in.
Emily Watkins December 11, 2017 3 Comments
Lisa Wilkinson will take charge of Ten's new website as part of her defection to the network. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Emily Watkins December 5, 2017 3 Comments
The outgoing executive producer of Ten's Studio 10 Rob McKnight will sue the network for unfair dismissal, his lawyer says.
Glenn Dyer November 22, 2017 3 Comments
News Corp's Australian assets appear to be doing well but the reality is much more complicated.
Christopher Warren November 20, 2017 8 Comments
The Daily Telegraph's "analogue meme" Al Bundy reaction to the postal survey speaks as much about News Corp's ailing health as it does about the company's stance on marriage equality.
Stephen Mayne November 16, 2017 4 Comments
Murdoch showed again today his shareholders shouldn't have a voice. Here's a full list of former AGMs that went much the same way.
Crikey November 13, 2017 1 Comment
Delivered to you for free, suburban newspapers are exclusively dependent on advertising, particularly real estate advertising. This model is collapsing. But various communities have responded to the decline in novel and innovative ways.