After a disastrous run with Optus Sport, the World Cup will now be screened on SBS until the end of the group stage.
The Court of Appeal has overturned Rebel Wilson's record defamation payout, slashing it by $3.9 million. Bauer Media will now only be liable to pay $600,000 to the actor.
While he appeared to open up about a range of topics at this week's Code 2018 conference, James Murdoch did everything he could to defer from both Fox's plans and his own.
It's a fight for survival in the world of streaming, and these major takeover deals will determine who comes out on top.
Lachlan Murdoch has been announced as incoming Fox CEO in a statement overnight, leaving one big question: where's James?
Fairfax has copped a fine from the Federal Court over a Domain ad that exaggerated its size and reach in the real estate market. And other media tidbits of the day.
Rupert Murdoch's continued absence from much of News Corp's public work has been the perfect time for his sons to override his affection for print media and walk back their newspaper holdings.
Alan Jones is in Brisbane to defend a defamation case brought against him relating to his coverage of the 2011 Queensland Floods. And other media stories of the day.
Seven has poached Ten's BBL boss as it makes the first of its moves to solidify the cricket market for itself.
While an independently run Sky News under Disney would at first seem to diminish any Murdoch influence, it pays to remember that the family is playing the long game.