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One Nation fans hit up GetUp in Western Australia

One Nation fans hit up GetUp in Western Australia

It was a battle of the orange t-shirts in Perth this week.

News Corp boss lashes NYT ‘hatchet job’, ignoring his own papers’ scandals

News Corp boss lashes NYT ‘hatchet job’, ignoring his own papers’ scandals

News Corp CEO Robert Thomson attacked the New York Times and social media platforms in making the annual Keith Murdoch oration in Melbourne on Tuesday night.

In political advertising, the Liberals have always looked after their mates

In political advertising, the Liberals have always looked after their mates

Using taxpayer money to fund ads doesn't just benefit politicians — it's money in the bank for their friends in the media.

A step to the right: Lachlan Murdoch’s more conservative News Corp

A step to the right: Lachlan Murdoch’s more conservative News Corp

Lachlan Murdoch's News Corp is shaping up to be even more right-wing than his father's.

New York Times report shines light on Murdoch family fractures

New York Times report shines light on Murdoch family fractures

A mammoth report from the New York Times on the business dealings of the Murdochs calls into question the relationships of Rupert Murdoch and his heirs apparent.

Radicalisation is thriving through both old and new media

Radicalisation is thriving through both old and new media

The flurry of finger-pointing between social and traditional media regarding the amplification of hate-speech misses the point.

Is outrage still a viable media business model?

Is outrage still a viable media business model?

Outrage media is big money in Australia and abroad. But, as the aftermath of the Christchurch attacks shows, it can do more harm than good for its allies in the political mainstream.

Social media and traditional outlets face tighter regulation over terror coverage

Social media and traditional outlets face tighter regulation over terror coverage

As social media giants are under pressure over the hosting of Christchurch attack footage, legacy media outlets are finding they're not free from scrutiny.

Foxtel’s big challenge for 2019: stop the churn

Foxtel’s big challenge for 2019: stop the churn

Foxtel needs to find a way to replace departing subscribers, as costs mount and revenues fall.

Will consumers get a look-in when it comes to breaking up Big Tech?

Will consumers get a look-in when it comes to breaking up Big Tech?

The regulatory tide has turned against big tech companies with a vengeance — but will consumer interests be addressed in the rush to regulate?