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The PR firms running Tasmanian community newspapers

The PR firms running Tasmanian community newspapers

A small Tasmanian community newspaper is relaunching after News Corp sold it to a public relations agency last year, and it's not a unique case.

Australian media has a ‘vigilante’ problem

Australian media has a ‘vigilante’ problem

Reporting on planned or actual vigilante action regularly swings between bemused and sympathetic. This has serious consequences.

How many years (and how many PMs) will it take to fix the NBN?

How many years (and how many PMs) will it take to fix the NBN?

Who's benefited from this? Ultimately, nobody. We’ve lost six years, and are left with a great failure of public policy.

News Corp’s science denialism won’t be forgotten

News Corp’s science denialism won’t be forgotten

Crikey readers respond to News Corp's role in climate denialism and the politics of erasing Palestinian identity.

Attack on the ABC blows up in the face of Liberals, media companies

Attack on the ABC blows up in the face of Liberals, media companies

A joint attack on the ABC by the Liberals, One Nation and the commercial media sector has fallen apart due to lack of actual evidence.

House prices hysteria reveals the hypocrisy of old media 

House prices hysteria reveals the hypocrisy of old media 

Five minutes ago, Nine and News Corp were bemoaning the unaffordability of housing for young people. Now? Not so much...

What do changing demographics mean for the News Corp papers?

What do changing demographics mean for the News Corp papers?

The Liberal Party needs to pivot to avoid continued rejection from voters, but News Corp's options are a little more limited.

Who really did the best out of the Walkleys?

Who really did the best out of the Walkleys?

It depends on which publication you read.

The new News Corp aristocracy

The new News Corp aristocracy

News Corp's ranks are so stuffed with the children of existing and former journalists as to resemble a stately home on Christmas Eve.

Long summer ahead for News Corp as Foxtel numbers fall

Long summer ahead for News Corp as Foxtel numbers fall

News Corp's September quarter results show that Foxtel will either need a boost in subscriber numbers or in average revenue if it wants the summer to be a profitable one.