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A home for the weirdos: is the era of niche online satire publishing over?

A home for the weirdos: is the era of niche online satire publishing over?

Despite the overwhelming popularity of "weird comedy" among online millennials, the sites that publish it are finding it harder and harder to survive in the increasingly revenue-focused world of digital publishing.

ABC blocked from covering Abbott … Bauer appeals record Rebel damages … Weinstein: who knew what? …

ABC blocked from covering Abbott … Bauer appeals record Rebel damages … Weinstein: who knew what? …

Bauer sets up to fight the landmark damages awarded to Rebel Wilson. And other media tidbits of the day.

What to read this weekend: recommendations from the bunker

What to read this weekend: recommendations from the bunker

What we're reading this weekend: the alt-right and Trump, the making of George Christensen, the love of a Bulldogs fan, normalising Hitler, astrological game-changer, the epidemic of loneliness and life on the ground in Syria.

The tyranny of optimism at Junkee’s ‘un-conference’

The tyranny of optimism at Junkee’s ‘un-conference’

There is no room for dissent at Junket. Be inspired, be inspirational, or shut the hell up.

Lack of attribution (ahem ABC) undermines investigative journalism

Lack of attribution (ahem ABC) undermines investigative journalism

The ABC interviewed George Rozvany and reported Michael West's tax avoidance story without attribution. Legal, yes, but was it underhanded?

How to make money in online media: turn it all into ads

How to make money in online media: turn it all into ads

Junkee Media has been sold for a bundle -- thanks to its native advertising model.

No cynicism, plenty of branding as Australia’s bright young things network

No cynicism, plenty of branding as Australia’s bright young things network

Junkee's "unconference" brought together hundreds of young Australians with even more excellent ideas. But first, a word from our sponsor ...

Instagram it. Hashtag it. Save the world.

Instagram it. Hashtag it. Save the world.

What happens when highly shareable youth content creators take money from highly profitable companies and turn it into a choose-your-own-agenda getaway for Twitter’s most fabulous?

Media briefs: Junkee eats Sound Alliance … what price a front page … BBC’s big cuts …

Media briefs: Junkee eats Sound Alliance … what price a front page … BBC’s big cuts …

Fully half of Junkee Media's revenue comes from native content. And other media tidbits of the day.