Lachlan Murdoch has been announced as incoming Fox CEO in a statement overnight, leaving one big question: where's James?
Conservatives have found a new reason to yell at Yassmin Abdel-Magied. Plus, other media stories from the day.
Sydney's Daily Telegraph has harked back to an old campaign to oppose former NSW Premier Kristina Keneally's run for the seat of Bennelong.
Legendary gossip columnist Liz Smith has died, aged 94. Smith wrote about New York celebrities in the tabloids for more than 30 years.
Lachlan and James Murdoch presented a po-faced denial that anything is changing at Fox.
InDaily joins the long list of publications looking to subsidise their operations with philanthropic donations.
Roger Ailes was sent on his way, but on-air star Bill O'Reilly has been re-signed, despite numerous sexual harassment complaints against him.
The Roger Ailes story continues to develop, with new reports of physical threats against an unofficial biographer of the former head of Fox News, reports of more women coming forward with harassment claims (in the double digits, according to one report), firming suggestions of a deeper probe at Fox by auditors and lawyers, and now […]