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Nine papers to cease political polling

Nine papers to cease political polling

Good morning, early birds. Nine's flagship papers The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age have announced they will no longer publish Ipsos polls following Labor's shock election loss, and Anthony Albanese looks set to clinch the ALP leadership. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

The pressure is on for more media mergers

The pressure is on for more media mergers

With ad revenues down across the board, don't be surprised if you see more legacy media companies pushing for mergers this year.

McGuire the biggest loser from Footy Show axing

McGuire the biggest loser from Footy Show axing

The once mighty Footy Show is gone and it's a loss of face for the Collingwood president and broadcast personality Eddie McGuire.

Nine overtakes Seven West and News Corp in profits

Nine overtakes Seven West and News Corp in profits

Nine's profits will be more than double the expected profit at rival Seven West Media.

One Nation fans hit up GetUp in Western Australia

One Nation fans hit up GetUp in Western Australia

It was a battle of the orange t-shirts in Perth this week.

In political advertising, the Liberals have always looked after their mates

In political advertising, the Liberals have always looked after their mates

Using taxpayer money to fund ads doesn't just benefit politicians — it's money in the bank for their friends in the media.

Which Nine personalities are doing double duty?

Which Nine personalities are doing double duty?

Nine's on-air personalities are creeping into recently acquired Fairfax papers, along with the occasional telly show reference.

Blueprint for disaster: what’s next for Nine’s regional papers?

Blueprint for disaster: what’s next for Nine’s regional papers?

Closures and consolidations of local newspapers in the US have had a ruinous effect on the local communities they serve. Is this what we'll see in Australia?

Nine’s papers make money giving baby boomers what they want

Nine’s papers make money giving baby boomers what they want

Nine has reported increased revenue and lower costs, but a look at the papers suggests that this is through significantly narrowing their focus.

Nine abandons regional news in TV and print

Nine abandons regional news in TV and print

After less than two years in operation, Nine has closed two of its regional Australian newsrooms in order to cut costs.