Seven's cornered its audience -- something the programming team at Ten should investigate.
The Courier-Mail is still determined to not name English bowler Stuart Broad -- even when writing a story about him. Plus other media tidbits.
ABC's Monday night current affairs line-up was a strong performer again, as viewers abandoned uninspiring commercial programming.
The American TV networks have announced what they are picking up for 2013-14, and Australian networks will be hoping to get some ratings winners.
Australian publishing assets are dragging News Corp down, and hiving them off can't come soon enough for shareholders. Plus, some shareholders want to ditch chairman Rupert Murdoch.
Boston bombings: file, tweet, file. Many of us learned about the explosions at the Boston Marathon through social media. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, we awoke to tweets of shock, outrage, sadness, conspiracy and reportage. Or what we thought was reportage. It was truly a display of Twitter journalism, warts and all. We now […]
Please enjoy former newspaper magnate Conrad Black's delightfully bitchy commentary on Rupert Murdoch.
With so much riding on the director’s costly paean to God’s own; the DVD’s success if Fox will forgive us -- has become paramount, writes Ross Stapleton.
Ross Fox, the squeaky clean Coalition candidate for Isaacs, faces almost certain defeat on Saturday. But that hasn’t stopped him distributing authorised glossies spruiking his dubious "green" credentials and promising a CCTV crackdown outside Noble Park’s notorious shopping centre, writes Andrew Crook.