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How much does the media care about International Women’s Day?

How much does the media care about International Women’s Day?

Today, Aussie media outlets are going to varying lengths to celebrate International Women's Day.

Media Files: Rebel Wilson takes defamation saga to High Court

Media Files: Rebel Wilson takes defamation saga to High Court

Rebel Wilson's court saga continues, moving from the Victorian Court of Appeals to the High Court.

Media Files: AAP to cut staff in cost-cutting move

Media Files: AAP to cut staff in cost-cutting move

Journalist's union MEAA has said that staff at Australian Associated Press are 'outraged' after announcements of voluntary and forced staff redundancies.

Ita joins Studio 10 exodus … journalist’s killer jailed for life … Daily Tele’s flashback …

Ita joins Studio 10 exodus … journalist’s killer jailed for life … Daily Tele’s flashback …

Ita Buttrose has announced she's leaving Studio 10, a show that's already suffered several desertions in the past year. And other media tidbits of the day.

A Sky News sale to Disney would do nothing but give the Murdochs more power

A Sky News sale to Disney would do nothing but give the Murdochs more power

While an independently run Sky News under Disney would at first seem to diminish any Murdoch influence, it pays to remember that the family is playing the long game.

Stream or sink: Sky Television’s plummeting fortunes signal a shift in Australasian broadcasting

Stream or sink: Sky Television’s plummeting fortunes signal a shift in Australasian broadcasting

New Zealand's Sky Network Television has seen a massive share price fall in the last few days as it scrambles to stake its claim in the streaming ring alongside former News Corp comrades Foxtel and Sky plc.

Murdochs may lose European Sky but they’ll be winners in the end

Murdochs may lose European Sky but they’ll be winners in the end

The Murdochs are not in a position to say no to a fresh offer on Sky.

Powerful media monopolies find they have to wait their turn

Powerful media monopolies find they have to wait their turn

Monopolies aren’t what they used to be, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren.

Mayne: are the Murdochs (including Rupert) really ‘fit and proper’?

Mayne: are the Murdochs (including Rupert) really ‘fit and proper’?

The UK government will have to decide if the Murdochs are "fit and proper" to hold a UK broadcasting licence. James and Lachlan have made the case that they are -- but what about dear old dad?

Mayne: will the Brits show some spine and resist Murdoch rent-seeking?

Mayne: will the Brits show some spine and resist Murdoch rent-seeking?

The Murdochs are masterful rent-seekers when it comes to politically vulnerable Western governments.