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The media darling of Morrison’s state visit

The media darling of Morrison’s state visit

Sky News' Paul Murray was the only Australian journalist to score an exclusive interview with Donald Trump during Scott Morrison's state visit. Although calling it an interview might be a stretch.

Who is running George Calombaris’ apology tour?

Who is running George Calombaris’ apology tour?

Former MasterChef host George Calombaris has been a familiar face in the media recently. Who is running his PR campaign?

News Corp at a crossroads following staff exodus

News Corp at a crossroads following staff exodus

As multiple News Corp journos head for the exits, many wonder whether these departures are a coincidence or a coordinated exodus. 

Sky’s not the limit as David Speers moves to the ABC

Sky’s not the limit as David Speers moves to the ABC

While the announcement of David Speers as the next host of Insiders was a surprise to some, it makes sense as Sky News faces an uncertain future.

How Sky News Business met its messy end

How Sky News Business met its messy end

Why did Your Money fail? Blame dud thinking and a media strategy contrary to the experience here and overseas with business media.

Alan Jones supporters speak up as he negotiates contract

Alan Jones supporters speak up as he negotiates contract

"If there was no place for Jones in Sydney radio, the media would be much poorer for his absence," said one supporter.

David Speers adds an instant classic to his greatest hit interviews

David Speers adds an instant classic to his greatest hit interviews

Sky News anchor David Speers has produced another all-time political interview, this time with Liberal candidate for Frankston, Michael Lamb.

Why the regulator doesn’t mind neo-Nazis on TV

Why the regulator doesn’t mind neo-Nazis on TV

Despite Sky News' apology for its controversial Blair Cottrell interview, ACMA has found it didn't actually breach its code. What does it take to "incite or provoke" racial hatred in Australia?

Ross Cameron and the limits of News Corp’s outrage economy

Ross Cameron and the limits of News Corp’s outrage economy

Sky News' sacking of Ross Cameron after racist on-air remarks shows a News Corp increasingly conscious of the enhanced role commercial activism plays in media revenue disruption.

Avoiding America’s fate requires our politicians and media to lift their game

Avoiding America’s fate requires our politicians and media to lift their game

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.