The Weekly Times, one of the most widely read agricultural newspapers in the country, was already suffering internal strife when News Corp's cuts began.
News Corp has cut subediting jobs in Adelaide and will further outsource to production company PageMasters in an attempt to reduce print costs. And other media tidbits of the day.
Just months after Australia's first and only children's newspaper Crinkling News folded, News Corp has launched its own children's national news website.
Yet more evidence emerges of a troubling culture at Domain. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Craig McLachlan has engaged Stuart Littlemore QC in legal action against the ABC, Fairfax and actor Christie Whelan Browne over stories published that accuse him of sexual harassment on the set of the 2014 Rocky Horror Show.
The Herald Sun may have editorialised a smidge on dole bludgers. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Channel Ten might not have renewed The Bolt Report, but Andrew Bolt says he will be on TV more than ever.
News Corp has been able to shelter its financial health thanks to some wily tax planning, but if the company is finally compelled to swing the axe, Amplify will be the first to go. Glenn Dyer and Paddy Manning report.
Newspapers continue to bleed, with fresh circulation stats showing double-digit drops in sales of Fairfax and News Corp titles over the last quarter. The one publication that is not dropping by too much? TV Week.