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Scott Morrison and Donald Trump (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Saving democracy from the coup clux clan is everybody’s business. Right now

Metrics of democracy across the globe have found the project in decline for years now. Trump is where this gets you, not what causes it.

Rupert Murdoch (Image: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

In Murdoch’s News Corp the line between journalism and marketing no longer exists

Far from breaking news and holding leaders to account, News Corp is breaking the barriers between political coverage and political influence.

The age of media uncertainty: 6 lessons journalists have learned since 2016

What's changed since the last US presidential election? And what does that mean for us?

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The numbers game: how Morrison is playing journalism off a break

All politicians know that big numbers make big news. But Scott Morrison knows this better than most.

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All movement, no substance: how Morrison’s Potemkin strategy is playing the media

The PM has created a Potemkin policy village. He's learnt that it’s not whether you do nothing, it’s how you do that nothing that counts.

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Down to the newswire: is there room for News Corp and a remade AAP?

There's going to be huge fight between NCA News Wire and Acta Diurna AAP. Who will win? And what will we all lose?

Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell (Image: ABC)

It all ads up — the ABC rates so highly because it plays to its strengths

There are many people inside and outside the ABC who believe the broadcaster shouldn’t chase ratings. Yet it regularly beats its commercial rivals.

Communications Minister Paul Fletcher and ABC Chair Ita Buttrose (Images: AAP/Alex Murray, AAP/Lukas Coch)

Ita and the ABC: out with the old and in with the new

Even as the national broadcaster lets 200-plus journalists and producers go, it's busy hiring a younger, more agile — and cheaper — workforce.

Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell (Image: ABC)

ABC dominates Australia’s evening viewing

ABC programs are dragging viewers from the commercials and owning Australia's screens from 7pm onwards.

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When the tech giants fight back, they use different channels — their own

Google's recent threat to old media companies in Australia came as a surprise to many, but it's part of a global pattern to resist regulation.

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