The Canberra Times is a dreary and timid newspaper which runs little original, quality content. Journalist and former Fairfax editor Geoffrey Barker argues national capital readers deserve better.
Former editors of The Age have rubbished Gina Rinehart's provocative claim that Fairfax chairman Roger Corbett and his predecessor Ron Walker overrode the paper's charter of editorial independence.
Attempts to regulate editorial independence won't work. The only viable solution to the need for media diversity is support for public broadcasting.
More and more magazines are featuring advertising on their covers as the economy continues to tighten and advertisers look for more bang for their buck. But just how far can publishers go before destroying their integrity?
A debate on PR vs. Journalism at the Public Relations Institute of Australia recently concluded: we're all on the same side. Or is that just what those cunning PR hacks want us to think...?
The Australian's continued scepticism on climate change may be bad for the planet, but it's a victory for independent editorial judgment.
If The Age's draft set of principles and procedures are put into effect conscientiously, a great deal of the blurring and trashing of the credibility of the masthead should cease, writes Margaret Simons.
Kerry Stokes is getting closer to becoming the biggest media mogul left standing, writes Stephen Mayne.
Dear Mr Churchill, It’s been quite a week. At the end of it, I am hearing things about what’s going on in your office that make me think I should write to you. Yours, Margaret Simons.