Innocent or guilty? The culture wars often drag children up in waves of confusing messaging from the News Corp commentariat.
When you decry the "Americanisation" of Australian political discourse, remember who inspires Fox News' talking points in the first place.
Questions about Foxtel's ailing financial health swarm ahead of News Corp's June results, released this week.
Foxtel's Netflix deal grabbed headlines yesterday, but of greater interest around the pay TV operator is the $900 million in loan repayments due this year.
As the line between fact and fiction continues to blur, the integrity of journalism is rapidly falling away.
The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas has awarded handouts to some of the richest media organisations in the country, including The Australian and AFR. It raises the question: what do they need the money for?
For all its sins, News Corp has a strong history of using its political clout for press freedom and for standing up for its journalists and whistleblowers.
Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison has flagged that he will attempt to avert the rising US-China trade war at the weekend's G20 summit, and the government flags that Australia may join the US efforts against Iran. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.