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As Fairfax fades, Nine’s new mastheads need a new approach

As Fairfax fades, Nine’s new mastheads need a new approach

What's in a name? As Fairfax quietly falls into the Nine Entertainment offerings, much can be learned from the company's mistakes.

As Fairfax loses its purpose, how long will print survive?

As Fairfax loses its purpose, how long will print survive?

After Nine's takeover of Fairfax, it will be a question of when, not if, the major mastheads will cease to print the dailies.

The Age gets it wrong on Bhathal and her backers

The Age gets it wrong on Bhathal and her backers

The Age has made a couple of key blunders in its Thursday splash on the Batman byelection.

Lindsay Murdoch retires … <i>The Mercury’s</i> big apology … a new paywall … 

Lindsay Murdoch retires … The Mercury’s big apology … a new paywall … 

Fairfax's long-time South East Asia correspondent Lindsay Murdoch has retired after 40 years with The Age and Fairfax Media.

Vale Michael Gordon … good feud guide … exclusive watch …

Vale Michael Gordon … good feud guide … exclusive watch …

Building bridges between the ABC and The Australian. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Guardian crowdfunds for journalism … BBC report finds no gender bias … Mastermind out of questions …

Guardian crowdfunds for journalism … BBC report finds no gender bias … Mastermind out of questions …

A Guardian Australia crowdfunding campaign for a new series has already exceeded its target of $50,000, and is now asking for $150,000 to support the environmental reporting.

Bannon leaves Breitbart … seeing double … Oprah 2020 …

Bannon leaves Breitbart … seeing double … Oprah 2020 …

Breitbart executive chairman Steve Bannon has left the organisation amid a row over comments he allegedly made were reported in Michael Wolff's new book about Donald Trump.

Vale Tandberg … McLachlan projects grind to a halt … Holy War 2018 …

Vale Tandberg … McLachlan projects grind to a halt … Holy War 2018 …

Walkley Award-winning cartoonist Ron Tandberg has died, remembered by his colleagues at The Age for his wry humour.

Why do newspapers now literally wrap themselves in ads?

Why do newspapers now literally wrap themselves in ads?

In newspapers' heyday, they would never have dreamed of selling front pages to advertisers. But we're seeing it more and more for one reason: Money.

We’ve matched every major metro newspaper to its biggest obsession

We’ve matched every major metro newspaper to its biggest obsession

No prizes for guessing the NT News' biggest obsession.