Printed newspapers' circulation has plummeted over two decades and the pandemic is another kick in the guts.
The media dinosaurs are stomping their feet for government assistance. But will it be enough to save them from the COVID-19 meteor?
A failure of political leadership and of political reporting threatens to wreck Australia.
The Andrew Olle speech is often a 45-minute interruption to the night’s true purpose — the reminiscing, networking, yarning and bitching. Oh, and the drinking.
On an average day, only 1 percent of Australian news stories quoted a young person. No wonder so few trust the media.
When the proverbial hits the fan and someone becomes engulfed in a media storm, there’s an army of people ready to clean up, for a price.
As the line between fact and fiction continues to blur, the integrity of journalism is rapidly falling away.
Last week the media only took a few hours to switch from coverage of Indigenous recognition to instead focus on niche political responses to it. Unfortunately, this isn't unusual.