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Nine’s jump to the right leaves an editor on the outer and journalism poorer

The departure of The Age editor Alex Lavelle, points to a deeper cultural shift at the newspaper and in Australian media overall.

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Time to confront the truth of the dying news: it has never been in demand

News media has long believed its own myth: that it is something people desperately want but are now being denied.

Media bosses hand out redundancy packages for Christmas

From classifieds to morning TV to news-desk assistants and street press, it's lumps of coal all round this Christmas.

When is an exclusive really an exclusive?

The exclusive tag has always been a marketing tool. As traditional media declines, it's being pushed more than ever.

Nine CEO Hugh Marks.

Nine-Fairfax merger documents confirm Nine’s intended prize

The recently released Nine-Fairfax merger scheme has put the combined value of Stan and Domain at close to $2 billion. That dwarfs the value of Fairfax's newspaper services.

Just stop pooling misery. We still need trainee journalists.

Former reporters may respond cynically to Fairfax's most recent traineeship round, but we still need the people-power for public good journalism.

Fairfax gets friendly with News Corp as it looks to cut losses in New Zealand

Fairfax's interim results are in and it's bad news for New Zealand, where the company is slashing 35% of its news paper holdings to offset tumbling profits.

Cashless welfare ... sleeping in privacy ... the citizenship seven ...

Tips and rumours

Cashless welfare ... sleeping in privacy ... the citizenship seven ...

Fairfax journalists learning about their voluntary redundancies. And other media tidbits of the day.

Fairfax journalists learning about voluntary redundancies … ABC broadcaster remembered … Ten’s China links …

Fairfax journalists learning about their voluntary redundancies. And other media tidbits of the day.

Mayne: Domain falls flat as Fairfax continues to duck and weave on executive pay

No one likes to see a CEO, particularly a former journalist, make more than $10 million firing thousands of staff, but that’s exactly what has happened at Fairfax.

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