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The media is failing, but journalism is better than ever

The media is failing, but journalism is better than ever

It’s a simple economic truth: when journalists have to work for their audience, they have to work harder.

Media Files: most trusted media outlet revealed

Media Files: most trusted media outlet revealed

The ABC, SBS and Fairfax were the only media brands to score positively in a Roy Morgan survey on media trust. The ABC scored the highest, followed by SBS.

How to save the news business, Netflix style

How to save the news business, Netflix style

Would an all-you-can-eat Netflix approach to news save the media business?

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Cranky K-Rudd makes an appearance in the make-up chair ... The Age refuses to suspend subscriptions ... Salary packaging firms go on the attack ...

Craig Kelly documents

Craig Kelly documents

New Zealand District Court document 1: click here New Zealand District Court document 2: click here New Zealand District Court document 3: click here New Zealand District Court document 4: click here New Zealand District Court document 5: click here High Court of New Zealand document: click here

The future begins for <em>The Oz</em> on Monday

The future begins for The Oz on Monday

A paywall will descend on Monday at The Australian, a move News Limited CEO John Hartigan says will "pioneer the way Australians consume media".

Paywalls at News Limited – announcement in the wind?

Paywalls at News Limited – announcement in the wind?

You heard it here first. As I reported here a couple of weeks ago, News Limited newsrooms are on instructions to be ready to move to a paywall system on short notice, writes Margaret Simons.

The great wall of <em>Boston</em>

The great wall of Boston

Big news in the paywall or not to paywall online media world. Boston Globe will launch a subscriber-only paid site that will replica its print edition, with a second free site to focus more on breaking news.

Can online news survive without paywalls?

Can online news survive without paywalls?

It's a question that's been asked by every online news content provider: can internet advertising alone sustain a workable business model? The case of UK's Daily Mail seems to suggest the answer is "yes."

Are paywalls as evil as Rupert Murdoch?

Are paywalls as evil as Rupert Murdoch?

Poor, filthy rich ol' Rupert Murdoch may be widely derided for being a heartless money grubbing media baron, but does that mean his decision to paywall The Times is necessarily a bad thing?