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Vale Darrell Eastlake … the revolving door … regulator investigates Russian TV …

Colleagues have remembered the life and work of sports commentator Darrell Eastlake who has died, aged 75. And other media tidbits of the day.

A consultancy report has recommended Fairfax save money by cutting its AAP subscription. But the wire brings in only a third of AAP's revenue these days. <em>Crikey</em> goes inside the economics of a wire agency.

‘Somebody has to do it’: why a Fairfax pull-out wouldn’t kill AAP

A consultancy report has recommended Fairfax save money by cutting its AAP subscription. But the wire brings in only a third of AAP's revenue these days. Crikey goes inside the economics of a wire agency.

The Obama administration is engaged in a war on investigative journalism, backed by national security laws. The internet may free up information, but it also aids government surveillance.

Reporters as ‘co-conspirators’ in Obama’s war on journalism

The Obama administration is engaged in a war on investigative journalism, backed by national security laws. The internet may free up information, but it also aids government surveillance.

In today's Media Briefs:Oz elites discover public's commonsense ... Front Page of the Day ... For AP, the Olympics is gold ... Reuters and Next Media Animation join forces and more ...

The Oz elites … AP Olympic gold … Reuters, NMA unite …

In today's Media Briefs:Oz elites discover public's commonsense ... Front Page of the Day ... For AP, the Olympics is gold ... Reuters and Next Media Animation join forces and more ...

The rules at Associated Press state that staff can't break news via social media that isn't yet on the wire. Which is why staff aren't getting rapped over the knuckles for tweeting that an AP journo and photographer were arrested in the Occupy Wall St raid.

AP staff tweet and scoop the wire

The rules at Associated Press state that staff can't break news via social media that isn't yet on the wire. Which is why staff aren't getting rapped over the knuckles for tweeting that an AP journo and photographer were arrested in the Occupy Wall St raid.

Lachlan Murdoch swung his axe today, announcing that dozens of editorial staff at Channel Ten will go and long-running nightly bulletin <em>Sports Tonight</em> seems certain to be cancelled. Plus, other media news of the day.

Ten axe swings … Age sub pub snub …

Lachlan Murdoch swung his axe today, announcing that dozens of editorial staff at Channel Ten will go and long-running nightly bulletin Sports Tonight seems certain to be cancelled. Plus, other media news of the day.

After months of campaigning, Fox News will be getting a front row seat in the White House briefing room. But not Helen Thomas' coveted front row centre seat, Associated Press has claimed that one.

Fox News sneaks into the front row

After months of campaigning, Fox News will be getting a front row seat in the White House briefing room. But not Helen Thomas' coveted front row centre seat, Associated Press has claimed that one.

Readers love cold, hard facts. 'Fact Check' articles by Associated Press -- like this <a href="http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5itsfgwpwg_Zi9T36J1CWAQgOJX2gD9FP3O9O0">recent one</a> debunking the myth of Elena Kagan as an "ivory-tower peacenik" -- are the most popular AP online content.

Fact: people love the truth

Readers love cold, hard facts. 'Fact Check' articles by Associated Press -- like this recent one debunking the myth of Elena Kagan as an "ivory-tower peacenik" -- are the most popular AP online content.

Ex-frontman of The Stooges <b>Iggy Pop</b> meets <b>Shepard Fairey</b>, the artist responsible for the iconic Barack Obama <em>HOPE</em> image. Iggy questions him about the AP case and choosing "hope" over "progress".

Iggy Pop interviews Shepard Fairey

Ex-frontman of The Stooges Iggy Pop meets Shepard Fairey, the artist responsible for the iconic Barack Obama HOPE image. Iggy questions him about the AP case and choosing "hope" over "progress".

<em>AP</em> journo <b>Michael Warren</b> tells the story behind <a href="http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/9e997301051748e6b7ba5d8b60b1e3c1/Article_2010-04-11-LT-Chile-Nuclear-Terror/id-04b3ccb8b6ae42f291987b8db25d97e8">writing this story</a> on Chile handing over the last of weapons-grade uranium to US -- standing inside a nuclear reactor, just feet away from weapons-grade uranium.

AP reporter: How I got to watch a secret transfer of uranium to the US

AP journo Michael Warren tells the story behind writing this story on Chile handing over the last of weapons-grade uranium to US -- standing inside a nuclear reactor, just feet away from weapons-grade uranium.

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