Australia has so far avoided the fate of the US, where economic and political conditions have enabled a slide into fascism, but we still have the potential to follow America if our political class doesn't lift its game.
Amber Harrison says Seven used its legal might to intimidate her and accused her of misuse of the company credit card after she told HR about the affair.
Craig McPherson swings the axe at Seven, and Daryl Somers is returning to Nine to host a new game show.
The golden rule of media ownership changes in Australia is that they usher in carnage for shareholders, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
The Daily Beast comes out roaring, Seinfeld pays a visit to Parliament and other media tidbits for the day.
Bring back James Jeffrey, part 28. To Strewthwatch now, and how’s our boy Christian doing this week? Not good, not good. The Kerr ratio — actual gossip items to stuff lifted off the meeja — is running 2.5:20 this week — 1:7 on Monday, 1.5:6 on Tuesday, and 0.5:7 on Wednesday. Monday was a police […]
In the past, relaxation of media ownership regulations has led to a flurry of deals. However, the current dismal market could dissuade the major players from snapping up the competition.