Foxtel's chief marketing officer, Andy Lark, lasted just 10 months in the role before leaving the company. His replacement will have added pressure to turn Foxtel's fortunes around.
Hanson-Young's questionable pun, La Trobe's grim future and who's trying to take down Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt?
New profit reports from News Corp and Telstra indicate that Foxtel's subscriber base is still fraught, and things will probably get worse before they get better.
The Daily Telegraph will pull out the truth defence in defamation action brought by actor Geoffrey Rush.
Sam Chisholm's backroom antics helped cause Telstra's decline and the sorry state of Australia's digital media landscape.
The Liberals have been playing a long game on ABC attacks, but it's the commercial media that's now given them the final play.
Seven and Foxtel have pulled a fast one on cricket fans, ducking regulations to lock two thirds of international cricket matches on a subscription service. Will will it be enough to save Foxtel's sinking subscriber base?
After four decades, Nine has lost the broadcast rights to the cricket. But the deal might not be total cause for celebration for new rights holders Foxtel and Seven.
Foxtel should be close to making a new offer for cricket rights after a bidding session last week fell flat. And other media tidbits of the day.
New Zealand's Sky Network Television has seen a massive share price fall in the last few days as it scrambles to stake its claim in the streaming ring alongside former News Corp comrades Foxtel and Sky plc.