News Corp will split into two companies on Sunday in an historic media moment. That and other media tidbits.
With the mainstream media shedding jobs, but universities bumping up their numbers of journalism students, where will these fresh-faced wannabe Lois Lanes find work? Freelance writer Kylar Loussikian looks at the numbers.
Rupert Murdoch tried to convince Sydney investors yesterday not to dump their stock in the new News Corp. But with falling revenues and high costs, buying into the print assets is probably not a smart business move.
News Corp will no longer be listed on the London Stock Exchange -- what will that mean for the new print company after the amicable divorce?
As News Corporation prepares to split, mogul Rupert Murdoch tries to convince investors the print half of the business is worth something. But can this business die-hard sell a dying industry?
Australian publishing assets are dragging News Corp down, and hiving them off can't come soon enough for shareholders. Plus, some shareholders want to ditch chairman Rupert Murdoch.
The real losers in the new Foxtel-BBC deal will be the ABC -- and by extension, the Australian TV-watching public.
"Class warfare" is a confected term sprayed about across the nation's newspapers of late to shut down policy debate. But funny how it only applies to the rich ...