News Corp's monopoly removes the discipline of competition, freeing an openly conservative media to be, well, more openly conservative.
The New York Times' recent investigation into the Murdoch family described James and Kathryn's more progressive leanings as one of the reasons for tension within the family.
A mammoth report from the New York Times on the business dealings of the Murdochs calls into question the relationships of Rupert Murdoch and his heirs apparent.
News Corp's shift away from purely relationship-driven politics towards right-wing populism came slowly, but the ingredients were always there.
Alan Jones has apologised for using the n-word on air yesterday while talking about political moves to block Peter Dutton's bid for the prime ministership.
Former Fox News co-president Bill Shine has been named as the new White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications. It's an extremely controversial pick, but anything but unexpected.
The Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance is warning of more trouble at Fairfax.
Denied the conditions in which truth can be considered, all we are left with is bullshit.
The US local news broadcasting group, already the biggest in the country, recently made headlines for its war against fake news, and it's set to get even bigger.