More than a few high-profile commentators have egg on their face following the results of Kenneth Hayne's banking royal commission.
From classifieds to morning TV to news-desk assistants and street press, it's lumps of coal all round this Christmas.
For Australian journalists, it's not enough to see social media as simply a tool for distribution — they need to gear up for war every time they log on.
The hacking of the 2016 US election by Russian agents was a masterclass in how to weaponise the media. How can this be avoided going forward?
It's a truth universally acknowledged that a reporter should never, ever read the comments section. But what if they're forced to?
A company's social media policy may seem like window-dressing, but under the surface it's just another tool for controlling employees.
So what will we need people for once they’ve coded the bots? Journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren reports.
When a leading cultural magazine fantasises about murder, when a political candidate chokes and punches a journalist, we’re in a very different place, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren.