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News Corp reshuffles bosses, Oz editor to head up Sky News

News Corp has shuffled editors between its papers and TV news arm to fill the gap left by departing Sky News boss Angelos Frangopoulos.

Aww, the widdle Austwawian doesn’t wike the new Pwess Council! Diddums

The toothless press regulator has appointed a member who is not to the taste of Boris Whittaker. Naturally The Australian is entitled to take its bat and ball and go home, and not answer to anyone at all except King Rupert.

But the real story isn't quite an undisputed triumph for journalistic resourcing.

Washington rises, India closes

But the real story isn't quite an undisputed triumph for journalistic resourcing.

Paul Whittaker takes Clover Moore obsession to the Oz

How many articles about the lord mayor of Sydney can the Oz's national readership stomach?

Tips and rumours: papping the boss

Rich and famous and Turnbull. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his wife, Lucy, hosted Christmas drinks at Kirribilli on Tuesday night, with the who’s who of politics, business and media in attendance. All bearing gifts for a good cause, the attendees were faced with a News Corp photographer on the way in to the festivities. This resulted in […]

Mitchell steps down, with PR … sorry, journo detailing his accomplishments

Chris Mitchell has formally announced his retirement as Australian editor-in-chief, write Crikey media reporter Myriam Robin and intern Jess Davis.

Mitchell abdicates throne at the Oz, as all eyes turn to Boris

Walkley-award winner Paul Whittaker is tipped to be the next editor of The Australian.

How would the <em>Daily Tele</em> fill pages without lord mayor Clover Moore? <em>Crikey</em> intern <b>Bransen Gibson</b> catalogues Moore's many sins ...

Does The Daily Telegraph have it in for Clover Moore?

How would the Daily Tele fill pages without lord mayor Clover Moore? Crikey intern Bransen Gibson catalogues Moore's many sins ...

Why is <em>The Fin's</em> Rear Window columnist having a go at a stablemate? And other media tidbits of the day.

Media briefs: warm receptions … enemies within … what is and isn’t terrorism …

Why is The Fin's Rear Window columnist having a go at a stablemate? And other media tidbits of the day.

Australian journalism's night of nights gave hardworking journos an opportunity to celebrate their best and brightest -- but not without a few harsh words for the bosses.

And the award goes to: ABC budget cuts and bad ’80s music

Australian journalism's night of nights gave hardworking journos an opportunity to celebrate their best and brightest -- but not without a few harsh words for the bosses.

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