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Prime shaping up as a potential buyer of former Fairfax regional papers

Prime shaping up as a potential buyer of former Fairfax regional papers

Who will buy the former Fairfax regional papers, including The Canberra Times, and how much will they sell for?

How News Corp’s conservative ecosystem will devour regional Australia

How News Corp’s conservative ecosystem will devour regional Australia

Don't be surprised if more leaders fall after Fairfax abandons rural posts and News Corp continues to entrench conservative bias.

First to go? Concerns for Fairfax regional newspapers following Nine acquisition

First to go? Concerns for Fairfax regional newspapers following Nine acquisition

Only weeks ago, Fairfax told a parliamentary inquiry that its regional newspapers aren't commercially viable.

Should you care about media reform?

Should you care about media reform?

Are you going to notice a difference in your local news bulletin as a result of the media law changes?

Is Fairfax selling off its regional newspapers?

Is Fairfax selling off its regional newspapers?

Given the woeful state of Fairfax's regional papers a sale might be imminent.

New bill would beef up ABC’s regional coverage

New bill would beef up ABC’s regional coverage

Bridget McKenzie has introduced a bill that would force the ABC to spend more time -- and money -- on rural and regional areas.

Regional sub takes on big-city <em>Media Watch</em> ‘twats’

Regional sub takes on big-city Media Watch ‘twats’

Mock local news at your peril, Paul Barry.

Fairfax slashes and burns, with over 100 regional journos gone in a year

Fairfax slashes and burns, with over 100 regional journos gone in a year

Fairfax has decided it can do without things like photographers and subeditors in its regional newsrooms.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Ian Macdonald doesn't get Greek choruses ... protest at the opera ... Crikey's prodigal returns ...

Independent regional paper in peril as council yanks its ads

Independent regional paper in peril as council yanks its ads

The local council says it will pull its advertising in The Clarence Valley Independent after what locals say was unfavourable coverage in its pages.