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Topic: Journalism
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte

The big chill: journalism’s new voices shut down across Asia-Pacific

Digital media journalism in the region is under threat as governments crack down on reporters.

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The moral clarity of journalism is lost if the news really is from nowhere

Coverage of Black Lives Matter proves that Australian media will never achieve moral clarity unless it can identify its own racism as well as it can others'.

War in the newsroom: when journalists prefer silos to the marketplace of ideas

When free speech is shouted down by the very people whose job it is to promote it, the media is in danger of becoming an echo chamber.

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News Corp trades public influence for insider power. But is that a business model?

News Corp's readership now more closely resembles a political party’s base than it does actual news-seekers. Great for subscriptions. Not so much for public influence.

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My Crikey subscription is up. Why renew when the media is so rubbish?

Ethicist Dr Simon Longstaff answers your ethical questions. Today: is it worth renewing your Crikey subscription?

Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals Leader Michael McCormack (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Closures and cuts herald a black day in the bush. So where are the Nationals?

Regional media desperately needs more support from the Nationals, who have secured only limited funding compared to what's available for other regional services.

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The media is failing to hold the powerful to account

Crikey readers share their thoughts on whether the media is doing its job.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor speaks to the media. (Image: AAP/David Crosling)

What lies beneath must be resurfaced — or the media is not doing its job to expose power and corruption

When even good journalists fail to explore the financial and personal links between companies and policymakers, they allow a pervasive form of institutional corruption to flourish.

Ronan Farrow. (Image: AP/Invision/Evan Agostini)

A very NYC media stoush sheds light on journalism’s dark night of the soul

As American journalists quietly grapple with their purpose under Donald Trump's presidency, those questions have bubbled to the surface in an online spat between The New York Times and The New Yorker.

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Hundreds of media jobs cut as pandemic hits even the most secure titles

Even the best-known and well-established news titles in the world are cutting jobs to deal with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.