Rupert Murdoch continued his long and shameless record of suppressing shareholder participation and debate at this morning’s News Corp AGM.
Australia might need another media inquiry — but, as history shows, it probably won't do much good.
No committee of elected politicians is capable of conducting an independent inquiry into abuses of media power — they are simply too vulnerable to Murdoch’s influence, writes Kevin Rudd.
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.
The ACCC threatened to intervene during the abandonment of the AAP, so why the silence on the Murdochs' shuttering of hundreds of regional papers?
The media ownership battle is old and long-winded, and will still fall far short of making us competitive swimmers in the ocean of global media, writes journalist and media watcher Chris Warren.
Google and Facebook should have to censor websites hosting copyright-infringing content, according to Foxtel and News Corp.
A reminder of the criminality that was at the heart of Rupert Murdoch's news operation.