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The WikiLeaks arrest is about the journalism, not the journalist

The WikiLeaks arrest is about the journalism, not the journalist

The debate over whether Julian Assange is a journalist or not serves no purpose other than to undercut future press freedom.

How populism is robbing India’s election of the robust reporting it needs

How populism is robbing India’s election of the robust reporting it needs

How can journalism remain objective when faced with carefully curated social media instead of press conferences, and an attitude that criticism makes you an enemy of the people?

Anatomy of a sting: how Al Jazeera blew the lid off One Nation

Anatomy of a sting: how Al Jazeera blew the lid off One Nation

How does an undercover sting go from investigating a powerful gun lobby to upsetting a minor party on the other side of the world? Crikey takes a look at how sting operations unfold.

There were giants, once: the decline of the journalist celebrity

There were giants, once: the decline of the journalist celebrity

We used to have huge journalistic personalities dominating our screens — now it's difficult for the average person to name even one.

In search of sponsors, Melbourne Press Club turns to the banks

In search of sponsors, Melbourne Press Club turns to the banks

The previous sponsor of the young journalist of the year award has been dumped, as the press club looks around for an upgrade.

Blueprint for disaster: what’s next for Nine’s regional papers?

Blueprint for disaster: what’s next for Nine’s regional papers?

Closures and consolidations of local newspapers in the US have had a ruinous effect on the local communities they serve. Is this what we'll see in Australia?

Nine’s papers make money giving baby boomers what they want

Nine’s papers make money giving baby boomers what they want

Nine has reported increased revenue and lower costs, but a look at the papers suggests that this is through significantly narrowing their focus.

Where’s the breaking point?

Where’s the breaking point?

Crikey readers discuss the government's latest scandals and the plans to reopen Christmas Island.

Having a yarn: a short history of Aussie journos’ favourite word

Having a yarn: a short history of Aussie journos’ favourite word

Australian Twitter is full of journalists from Bondi to Fitzroy telling everyone to read their latest "yarn". What's the story here?

Advertising is facing a historic shift; can Australian media keep up?

Advertising is facing a historic shift; can Australian media keep up?

It's time to find new ways for advertising to support the discovery of independent news.