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Chris Mitchell discovers, does not like, Twitter

Chris Mitchell discovers, does not like, Twitter

If he's said it once, he's said it a thousand times.

ABC takes up arms in the culture war over ‘radical Islam’ tweet

ABC takes up arms in the culture war over ‘radical Islam’ tweet

Is it the job of the public broadcaster to weigh in on official channels about the term "radical Islam"?

Journo sacked for Anzac tweets says no one told him to delete posts

Journo sacked for Anzac tweets says no one told him to delete posts

Scott McIntyre, the former SBS journalist sacked over his tweets about Anzacs, has delivered a blow-by-blow account.

What the Hockey judgment means for Twitter

What the Hockey judgment means for Twitter

Are tweets part of a story? Are they journalism or advertising? The Hockey-Fairfax case opens a whole new can of worms for journalists in the digital age.

Media briefs: Chaser revival … Walkleys category shakeup? … Trump v Kelly continues

Media briefs: Chaser revival … Walkleys category shakeup? … Trump v Kelly continues

The Chaser boys are branching out ... into print media. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Twitter not as popular as you think

Twitter not as popular as you think

Everyone who's anyone is on Twitter, right? Well ...

Follow Friday: @sarahkendzior, commentator, and the ‘full Kendzior’

Follow Friday: @sarahkendzior, commentator, and the ‘full Kendzior’

Sarah Kendzior seeks out bastardy and has quickly become a star online -- and on Twitter. As part of Crikey's new series Follow Friday, we talk to the Al Jazeera columnist on the world around her.

Rupert’s changing the world, 140 characters at a time

Rupert’s changing the world, 140 characters at a time

Media types love Twitter, and octogenarian media mogul Rupert Murdoch is certainly no stranger to the format. Freelance writer Farz Edraki asks: how powerful is Murdoch on Twitter, really?

Innovation in Journalism: real news … power to the people

Innovation in Journalism: real news … power to the people

Acts of journalism by the citizenry are powerful, important, and will not go away.

Simons: it wasn’t unethical to name Grog’s Gamut

Simons: it wasn’t unethical to name Grog’s Gamut

As for Grog's Gamut, I don’t think the Oz has done anything unethical. Just mean. But there are other questions to be answered.