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Seven West Media chairman Kerry Stokes (Image: AAP/David Moir).

Kerry Stokes and Peter Costello come out for AGM play

Despite rivals Seven and Nine conducting clashing AGMs, online meetings meant we were still able to witness the gory details of both — and throw in a few uncomfortable questions.

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Networks let off the hook on kids’ content — but no help for the ABC

Australian broadcasters will be allowed to screen less children's content — but the powerhouse of kid's programming, the ABC, won't be enabled to make up the gap.

Canberra (and Rupert) v big tech: can the government rein in Facebook and Google?

The government's plan to rectify the power imbalance between news publishers and big tech makes no sense. But then again, we shouldn't be surprised.

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The great Google-Facebook heist — the sovereign risk that dares not speak its name

Everyone hates Google and Facebook, right? But the government's proposal to force them to hand a colossal sum of money to local media companies is the nearest thing to 'sovereign risk' you'll ever see.

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A good day for women, but so much more to do

From Washington to Pyongyang to AMP, it's been a good 24 hours for female empowerment.

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Nine’s jump to the right leaves an editor on the outer and journalism poorer

The departure of The Age editor Alex Lavelle, points to a deeper cultural shift at the newspaper and in Australian media overall.

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The ACTU needs to start a daily paper. There’s nothing else left

It's time to admit that the entire spectrum of daily newspapers is controlled by the right — and that we need to do something about it.

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The one story newspapers never tell

If no one reports on the demise of the media, is it really happening?

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Let’s be fair: news media closures are not solely a Murdoch disease

News Corp's decision to dismantle is regional newspaper business will have devastating consequences. But it's not as though Rupert is the first media mogul to cut and run.

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg with Robert Thomson, CEO of News Corp. (Image: AP/Mark Lennihan)

How ad tech turns the web into a giant, money-churning Ponzi scheme

The opaque ad tech system – dominated by Google and Facebook – absorbs half the money spent on online advertising.

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