Laurie Oakes has called it a day, leaving a trail of explosive political scoops in his formidable wake.
Commercial radio is in middle of its biggest shake-up in years, but there was no sign of fresh content as the new breakfast all-stars hit the airwaves today. Crikey tuned in.
Why was Garry Linnell removed as editor of The Daily Telegraph? And can he stop Fairfax from going under? Matthew Knott profiles the divisive figure in this final instalment.
The Fairfax editorial supremo is anything but warm and fuzzy, but he is definitely making 'em talk about it. He sits down for a Chinese meal with Crikey to discuss his career and the future of media.
John Garnaut, one of Australia's most respected foreign correspondents, is heading home after a stint in China. Who will Fairfax pick to replace him?
Fairfax's decision to sack reporter Paddy Manning, who wrote a scathing article on the company yesterday for Crikey, has stunned some journalists and divided the newsroom.
As today's news media executives deal with agonies of the present, there are unexamined claims that get thrown around and fond hopes and cost exigencies that are misprepresented as bright new ways forward.
Fairfax national editor Mark Baker has stood aside from his position to take on a new "editor-at-large" role at The Age.
Fears were spreading faster than the finest Beurre noisette this morning that Victorian Age foodie insert Epicure could be axed at the behest of Sydney-based Fairfax cost-cutters.