The Australian could never really be described as a fan of the Australian Press Council. But it has, in the past, been far more complimentary.
Scrutineers imported for WA count? ... extra beer for News Ltd's Sydney reunion ... underworld figure helps Sea Shepherd? ...
Sweeping changes at News Corp Australia have left some crucial positions vacant, and it's not clear if they will ever be filled. And who has taken redundancy from The Australian?
Why was Garry Linnell removed as editor of The Daily Telegraph? And can he stop Fairfax from going under? Matthew Knott profiles the divisive figure in this final instalment.
The Fairfax editorial supremo is anything but warm and fuzzy, but he is definitely making 'em talk about it. He sits down for a Chinese meal with Crikey to discuss his career and the future of media.
News Limited is changing its name to News Corp Australia plus other media news of the day.
Rupert Murdoch's in town -- so senior News Limited staffers need to watch out. It's been a grim week for newspapers, with three News editors shown the door, and two editorial heavyweights gone from Fairfax.
Seven of Metro Media Publishing's eight eastern titles will close. Only the 148-year-old Dandenong Journal will remain open for business.
The V8 Supercar racing series flew journalists to America to cover an event. It's not the first time they've done it, and other sports like the AFL are also putting journalists on planes to maximise coverage.