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Timor-Leste bugging was our Watergate — except in this version, Nixon wins

Timor-Leste bugging was our Watergate — except in this version, Nixon wins

Neither Labor nor News Corp are interested in one of the greatest scandals and cover-ups of recent Australian history, the bugging of Timor-Leste.

Why did the head of Sky News get a gong?

Why did the head of Sky News get a gong?

Sky News has materially degraded the standard of public debate in Australia. So why did its CEO get a gong for raising standards?

Trust in media? Australians aren’t buying it

Trust in media? Australians aren’t buying it

If commercial media want to undercut public broadcasting, they'll first need to bring Australians' trust in the ABC down to their own woeful level.

Collaery prosecution targets ABC but strangely misses News Corp

Collaery prosecution targets ABC but strangely misses News Corp

There's something suspicious about the charges against Witness K lawyer Bernard Collaery -- in particular, the strange absence of a certain media organisation.

The numbers Australian media can’t afford to ignore

The numbers Australian media can’t afford to ignore

News Corp claim revenue driven by reader "trust" has more than offset the decline in advertising dollars. But there's a hard ceiling on those figures that newspapers can't afford to ignore.

Behind Four Corners’ consent program

Behind Four Corners’ consent program

Louise Milligan has opened up about the Four Corners piece that prompted a NSW review into sexual consent law.

New tech allows News Corp to spy on journalists

New tech allows News Corp to spy on journalists

Storyful, a subsidiary of News Corp, has developed software for journalists that monitors videos and images seen by reporters using it, The Guardian has revealed. It's not the first time journalists have been spied on at work.

News Corp on ABC budget cuts: message received!

News Corp on ABC budget cuts: message received!

A raft of "exclusives" about ABC bonuses in the News Corp papers today come on the heels of budget cuts to the national broadcaster.

Sunday Tele’s ‘inaccurate’ report … new website, same old content … US TV’s killing season begins …

Sunday Tele’s ‘inaccurate’ report … new website, same old content … US TV’s killing season begins …

The Australian Press Council has found that the Sunday Telegraph in breach of standards for an article that implied a woman's death was caused by her son. And other media tidbits of the day.

A timeline: the Press Council’s messy Carla McGrath appointment

A timeline: the Press Council’s messy Carla McGrath appointment

The Australian Press Council has announced that it has voted to remove GetUp deputy chair Carla McGrath as a public member of the council, following a lengthy process of sustained attacks from The Australian.