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Solomon who? … Vale Iain Shedden … Assange’s right of reply

Solomon who? … Vale Iain Shedden … Assange’s right of reply

Emily Watkins October 17, 2017 3 Comments

Fairfax's business pages get their businessmen in a muddle, confusing Solomon Lew and Garry Hounslew.

Will enough people ever pay for journalism?

Christopher Warren October 2, 2017 4 Comments

There's good news for the optimists, and good (bad?) news for the pessimists too.

You can’t ask that … Oz goes Chinese … Sadness at the massage parlour

You can’t ask that … Oz goes Chinese … Sadness at the massage parlour

Emily Watkins September 21, 2017

Awards for the ABC, translators at the Oz, and more.

Rebel sinking Bauer? … ‘feral’ government … truth defence for ‘guttersnipe’ …

Rebel sinking Bauer? … ‘feral’ government … truth defence for ‘guttersnipe’ …

Emily Watkins September 15, 2017 2 Comments

Is Rebel Wilson's huge defamation payout going to mean more cost-cutting at Bauer?

Why aren’t we talking about The Queen and Zak Grieve?

Luke Buckmaster September 8, 2017 4 Comments

Dan Box excels in this commendable documentary from The Australian.

Jones v Barry … Davidson doubles down … ‘The Warsaw act’ …

Jones v Barry … Davidson doubles down … ‘The Warsaw act’ …

Emily Watkins September 5, 2017 7 Comments

At least we know Alan Jones watches Media Watch.

If the ABC crosses the commercial Rubicon, it can never go back

David Salter September 5, 2017 6 Comments

Making the ABC ad-free was a political decision, not an ideological one, but once the national broadcaster goes into the business of making money it will never come back.

AAP shuts up shop in Jakarta … ABC demands apology … AM turns 50 …

AAP shuts up shop in Jakarta … ABC demands apology … AM turns 50 …

Emily Watkins September 4, 2017

The ABC has demanded an apology and correction from The Australian over a story run in its media section today.

Like most of the media, News Corp needs a new business model (and fast)

Christopher Warren August 21, 2017 2 Comments

News Corp needs to evolve if they are to keep their mastheads alive, and while they have accepted that print is no longer viable there doesn't seem to be a ready replacement on the horizon.

Chris Kenny’s burqa nonsense is opinion dressed in news’ clothing

David Salter August 18, 2017 12 Comments

Pauline Hanson's burqa stunt was big news across Australia — except in The Australian.