July, 2018

Media Files: ABC pulls funding from The Checkout

, Jul 06, 2018

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The Checkout, ABC's consumer affairs show, has fallen victim to the ABC's funding cuts.

Media Files: Sydney Morning Herald court story ‘breached privacy’

, Jul 05, 2018

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The Australian Press Council has found The Sydney Morning Herald in breach of privacy for a story about a murder case.

ABC’s all-women presenters … Seven gets desperate … Department of Corrections …

, Mar 08, 2018

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The ABC has bumped its male talent off air for International Women's Day. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
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Why do newspapers now literally wrap themselves in ads?

, Jan 09, 2018

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In newspapers' heyday, they would never have dreamed of selling front pages to advertisers. But we're seeing it more and more for one reason: Money.

How ‘macho’ newsroom culture breeds mental health issues

, Dec 18, 2017

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Is there something particular about the media industry that makes people more susceptible for mental health problems, and is it worse than others at dealing with mental health issues?
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Roarsome … Seven’s PR offensive … more free money, please …

, Oct 02, 2017

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Headline writers at Melbourne's two papers must have thought they had the perfect pun for Richmond's Saturday grand final win.
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Fairfax journos say goodbye to readers as redundancies finalised

, Jun 07, 2017

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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.
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Five ways to publish a newspaper when your journos are on strike

, May 09, 2017

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There are very few journalists working at The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald this week, so how has Fairfax management filled its pages?

Why on Earth would anyone pay $2.2 billion for Fairfax?

, May 08, 2017

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Is Fairfax's newspapers are in such dire straits, why would anyone want to pay $2.2 billion for the ailing giant?

Fairfax bosses line their pockets while staff get fleeced

, May 08, 2017

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And a new player enters the fray, writes business journalist Michael West.