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Daily Mail tops list of most prolific journalists thanks to ‘churnalism’

Daily Mail tops list of most prolific journalists thanks to ‘churnalism’

A new study of the most published journalists in Australia reveals that The Daily Mail's practice of producing content by rewriting stories by other outlets is a prolific business.

The tabloids’ growing problem with ‘the T word’

The tabloids’ growing problem with ‘the T word’

The Daily Mail and Nine have breached press council standards with reports that "could contribute to substantial prejudice against transgender people". This isn't the first time we've seen these complaints.

Could the Daily Mail be sued for breach of copyright?

Could the Daily Mail be sued for breach of copyright?

A plagiarism test case could be in the offing for the Daily Mail Australia but there's no consensus this would be good for journalism.

Deadly day for Afghan journos … Alan Jones in defamation case … BuzzFeed’s new politics show …

Deadly day for Afghan journos … Alan Jones in defamation case … BuzzFeed’s new politics show …

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.

Reinstate Daily Mail journo, says union … Sales v Comey … Fox host’s Michael Cohen connection …

Reinstate Daily Mail journo, says union … Sales v Comey … Fox host’s Michael Cohen connection …

The journalists' union is calling for a fired reporter, who published a story labeling reality contestants 'vapid cunts', to be reinstated by Daily Mail Australia. And other media tidbits of the day.

A short history of the worst (best?) news typos and mistakes 

A short history of the worst (best?) news typos and mistakes 

The Daily Mail journo isn't the only one who has fukt up.

Closing Ceremony damage control … The Oz’s amazing readership … Daily Fail …

Closing Ceremony damage control … The Oz’s amazing readership … Daily Fail …

The Commonwealth Games organisers are in damage control after their host broadcaster NEP failed to show footage of any athletes parading into last night's Closing Ceremony.

Casting the first stone … more media gender pay gaps revealed … recycling (and re-recycling) TV …

Casting the first stone … more media gender pay gaps revealed … recycling (and re-recycling) TV …

The Herald Sun's Paul Tatnell has taken a shot at The Daily Mail Australia in an ongoing pass-ag war over content theft. And other media tidbits of the day.

McLachlan sues for defamation … good feud guide … News Corp share sell-off …

McLachlan sues for defamation … good feud guide … News Corp share sell-off …

Craig McLachlan has engaged Stuart Littlemore QC in legal action against the ABC, Fairfax and actor Christie Whelan Browne over stories published that accuse him of sexual harassment on the set of the 2014 Rocky Horror Show.