The Australian Press Council has found the NT News in breach of its standards by publishing a text message about Eurovision that referred to the "final solution".
Publishers are furious that Melbourne Writers Festival isn't about the printed word anymore, but the knowledge class' dirty secret is they would rather sink into Netflix than the printed word anyway.
Fairfax Media has published an apology to former PM Paul Keating about an unverified story which seemed suggested that Keating had threatened the ABC during his time as treasurer.
ScoMo is on record saying "the ABC will always be in public hands", but other than that, all bets are off.
ABC radio presenter has Ali Clarke brought attention to the abuse broadcasters often receive. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
The ABC and The Australian have been trading barbs once again, with public criticism of each other's stories.
The Daily Telegraph will pull out the truth defence in defamation action brought by actor Geoffrey Rush.
The ABC's new lifestyle website doesn't let facts like a crud job market and sub-replacement fertility get in the way of sunny copy that illuminates only falsehood.