An AFL staffer has attacked media waiting for the West Coast Eagles team plane at Perth airport, after cameramen refused his request to move on.
World media has latched itself to the Thai cave rescue operation, but some journalists aren't helping things.
The Sopranos ushered in a renaissance for the small screen, latterly continued by Netflix et al. But the economic reality of running an entertainment business like Netflix will crunch hard — and soon. So enjoy this golden age of TV, while you still can.
The Queer Eye cast have been on a whirlwind PR tour, which brought some challenges for the traditional media.
It's a fight for survival in the world of streaming, and these major takeover deals will determine who comes out on top.
The Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance is warning of more trouble at Fairfax.
Like the shift to streaming television, more and more Australians are listening to music through streaming services. But are they listening to Australian songs?
Industry groups are ramping up a communications policy push, and the focus is on a certain foreign streaming service.
Lehmo is heading to the ABC. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Controversial comedian Chris Lilley is back, but he probably won't be doing blackface this time. The Queensland Government announced this week that it was supporting a new project from Lilley to be shown on Netflix. The streaming giant says he won't be doing blackface.