Big Harto still giving out gems. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Conflicts of interest ran up against extreme tedium at the Nine Entertainment Company's recent AGM.
Did former Murdoch lieutenant Ken Cowley unload on News Corp in an interview with its bitter rival? He's backtracked, but it might be too late ...
Spy games: Bernard Collaery's case ... Joe Hockey's beer index test ... Schoolkids heard the curse ... New and old at The Courier-Mail ... John Hartigan finally lands on his feet ...
The PM approached senior News Ltd executives today to complain about a story in The Australian that claimed she had set up a "trust fund" for a former boyfriend -- and she won.
@BigHarto says the good days at News Limited are gone. Now Kim Williams’ pudgy fingers have struck up You're F-cked in D Minor on the clarinet of doom.
The looming extinction-by-neglect of the whole Right to Know campaign reflects a huge cultural shift within the managerial ranks of its main champion, News Limited, writes David Salter.
@BigHarto feels robbed of a sense of purpose. But he continues to consult to News Limited, translating Kim Williams' missive for simple newspaper hacks.
The editor of The Daily Telegraph, the controversial Paul Whittaker, is in the firing line at News Limited as the new CEO, Kim Williams, introduces a top-to-toe renovation.
Greg Baxter, the News Limited spin doctor who in a previous life put his name to a press release that erroneously described James Hardy's asbestos compensation foundation as "fully-funded", has resigned.