Emily Watkins October 2, 2017 1 Comment
Headline writers at Melbourne's two papers must have thought they had the perfect pun for Richmond's Saturday grand final win.
Emily Watkins June 7, 2017 9 Comments
Alan Stokes, Rohan Connolly and Adam Morton are among big names to be leaving Fairfax, with decades of experience walking out the door in the latest round of redundancies.
Emily Watkins May 9, 2017 6 Comments
There are very few journalists working at The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald this week, so how has Fairfax management filled its pages?
Glenn Dyer May 8, 2017 1 Comment
Is Fairfax's newspapers are in such dire straits, why would anyone want to pay $2.2 billion for the ailing giant?
Crikey May 8, 2017 5 Comments
And a new player enters the fray, writes business journalist Michael West.
Crikey May 5, 2017 3 Comments
Quality journalism doesn't necessarily require journalists.
David Salter April 18, 2017 7 Comments
Yes, it's tough to write an Easter editorial. But must the culture war really drag on through every damn holiday?
Crikey March 10, 2017 2 Comments
What we're reading: stories from solitary confinement, how women are better financial managers, the underground railroad for refugees, polarised punks, how left-wing media got trapped by capitalism, and is consciousness an illusion?
Charlie Lewis February 14, 2017 1 Comment
There are, as ever, questions as to what the reduction in editorial oversight does to the quality of journalism.
Crikey February 7, 2017 8 Comments
The broader context for all this carping is framed by two developments now creeping into view over the ABC’s horizon. One is genuinely significant; the other, in truth, trivial. Former Media Watch executive producer David Salter explains.