As journalists at The Age revolt, and News Corp streamlines its tabloids, is there a better way to ensure local newspapers' future?
More than 100 regional and suburban News Corp titles will no longer be printed under drastic cuts announced today.
Print plants from 20 years ago aren't set up to cope with today's boutique publication runs.
The media buyer and philanthropist sings the praises of smartphones, but still reads six newspapers each day.
Labor luminary Bob Ellis is having quite the stoush with Sarah Le Marquand of The Daily Telegraph. Plus other media tidbits of the day ...
Voters are divided over dramatic changes to Australia's newspapers, but there's strong support for a negotiated solution on asylum seekers.
News Ltd is in the same kind of trouble as Fairfax -- a collapsing business model before the new business model has had time to get established.