As Today parts ways with long-time host Karl Stefanovic, the media is in a frenzy trying to predict his replacement.
After a whopping year in the public eye, both Karl Stefanovic and Fairfax papers are finding themselves at the mercy of Nine bosses.
It's the start of renewal time for TV networks, and of all the changes in commercial TV none will be watched more closely than Nine's Today, where Karl Stefanovic and Georgie Gardner have presided over falling ratings and a widening gap behind Sunrise.
The editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar has quit, and she hasn't done anything to hose down rumours on her way out.
As the internal saga continues at Channel Nine, questions remain about unspoken privacy contracts and legal ramifications for Uber.
Coverage of bushfires in Victioria and New South Wales has illustrated which breakfast TV faction can handle an emergency, and which preferred to show Richard Wilkins on a rollercoaster.
Since his mate Lisa left, things haven't been easy for Karl Stefanovic, the lost boy of morning television.
Nine has launched its counter-attack on Lisa Wilkinson after she spectacularly defected to the Ten Network, and the Daily Mail is covering all angles of the story.