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News Corp’s newest climate convert is a career contrarian

The 'energy expert' (who has no formal scientific qualifications) says he wants to blow 'hysteria and alarmism' away — but with fans and followers like his, that's blowin' in the wind.

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Rupert Murdoch backs winners. That’s why he’s dumping Trump

With Trump trailing in the polls, the Murdochs are looking to jump ship. But could The Donald ditch them first?

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A thicker blue line: why tabloid media is standing up for the cops

While the killing of George Floyd has seen a seismic shift in attitudes towards police in the US, the tabloid press is doing everything it can to prevent a similar change in public opinion from occurring here in Australia.

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Google pays publishers, including Crikey, for using news. Will audiences follow?

Google will pay some publishers for their content for a new news product.

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Australian journalists are producing miracles amid industry collapse

Australian media are producing some of their biggest stories while mastheads continue to fold.

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Tips and Murmurs: always be culture warring … parrot droppings … shooting his Bolt

The politicians putting politics over health, campaigning via zoom, and Alan Jones' new(ish) gig.

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Anatomy of a News Corp beat up

Don't expect this to be the last time News Corp goes after Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe. Once they spot an ideological enemy, there is no development, no angle, that will be left unexplored.

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A sign of the times: the audience for news sorts itself out from right to left

A new report shows that Australia's media is now more visibly starting to divide itself down political lines.

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The Murdoch media is in a moral panic about the one cultural war it didn’t start

News Corp (and some of its traditional rivals) is in a tailspin over recent anti-racist protests. Once again, old media is showing its age.

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Revolt at The Age a sign of the times — and a pointer to how to save local journalism

As journalists at The Age revolt, and News Corp streamlines its tabloids, is there a better way to ensure local newspapers' future?