The media hall of shame is now giving out same-sex marriage plebiscite showbags: On the Monthly blog, Sean Kelly says that non LGBT people should stop making comments on the Yes case’s piss-poor strateg-, sorry, on the Yes case’s strategy. If the Yes vote loses, it won’t be anything to do with strategy, it will […]
What we're reading: Canberra's forgotten dreams, ... more like the "alt-wrong", how Trump solved CNN's problems, Syria's torture wards, Trump is not Nixon, law and order in the Philippines, and the plight of pregnant women in Yemen.
If you're stuck for an idea and don't want to move away from your computer, why not buy your loved one a gift of words this year? Crikey journalists Sally Whyte and Myriam Robin bring the goods.
What we're reading this weekend: the boyhood adventures of Donald Trump, alt-right trolls fret their gene pool, fixing the housing crisis, the language of German teens, Sydney's segregated suburbs, looking for the Beach Boys, and Ken Loach is still angry.
Are more corrections on the way? Fairfax has demands, but so far only one fact has been corrected by The Guardian and The Monthly.
Australia's magazine of ideas, The Monthly, is marking its 10th birthday.
Few in Australian journalism combine old-media clout with digital entrepreneurial fervour in quite the same way as Amanda Gome.
Will News Corp try and bid for the New York Daily News? And other media tidbits of the day.
Property developer and publisher Morry Schwartz is the owner of three of Australia’s most influential print publications -- Quarterly Essay, The Monthly and The Saturday Paper. But he tells Crikey even he is abandoning print.