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Media Files: AAP to cut staff in cost-cutting move

Media Files: AAP to cut staff in cost-cutting move

Journalist's union MEAA has said that staff at Australian Associated Press are 'outraged' after announcements of voluntary and forced staff redundancies.

Defining away the gaping flaw in the company tax cut case

Defining away the gaping flaw in the company tax cut case

With Trump tax cut-funded share buybacks now worth over $200 billion in the US, company tax cut advocates have resorted to pretending share buybacks are just wonderful, thank you.

NT News’ dating column … jail sentence for journo in Turkey. … ‘Contributor Namy’ balls-up …

NT News’ dating column … jail sentence for journo in Turkey. … ‘Contributor Namy’ balls-up …

'Contributor Namy's' latest column raises some eyebrows. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

WSJ moving ‘predominantly digital’, closing Asian and European print editions

WSJ moving ‘predominantly digital’, closing Asian and European print editions

The Wall Street Journal's head honcho is buoyant about the paper's future despite closing global editions and criticism over its coverage of Trump.

‘Victory Ride Down Under’: how the world’s media covered the election

‘Victory Ride Down Under’: how the world’s media covered the election

Tony Abbott's victory has been widely reported from London to Beijing, with each country's national media taking a slightly different tack. And then there are those cycling photos ...

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

Labor and the Coalition battle it out to be meaner to refugees as prices rise. Plus other political views noted along the way.

<em>Washington Post</em> — from the glory days to the danger zone

Washington Post — from the glory days to the danger zone

This Al Jazeera video traces the Washington Post from its Watergate glory days to its grim current predicament, and explores future challenges the journalism industry will face.

<em>WSJ</em> goes into bat for Rupert again

WSJ goes into bat for Rupert again

Do the editorial writers at The Wall Street Journal know something we don't? Seems the US side of things are beginning to get decidedly nervous ...

ABC current affairs boss quits … drone journalism …

ABC current affairs boss quits … drone journalism …

The ABC’s head of current affairs, Denise Eriksen, who has been in the role for less than one year, stepped down today. Plus other media news from around the globe.

Another wheel falls off Murdoch train wreck

Another wheel falls off Murdoch train wreck

Should it surprise anyone that the corporate culture that produced industrial-scale phone hacking in Britain was also at work elsewhere? Hardly.