The Age newspaper has published an advertisement incorrectly commiserating with the Western Bulldogs on a grand final loss -- after they won.
Do Rupert Murdoch's Australian newspapers determine election results; do they back winners each time? Henry Belot looks back at elections to 1975 to find out whether Murdoch really is a kingmaker.
The Australian Financial Review's new TV partnership with Channel Nine has started strongly, topping rival Alan Kohler's business show on ABC.
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There's plenty of fodder from News Limited over the weekend -- not the least the flying dog that wasn't. Plus other media gossip.
Rupert Murdoch has attacked Labor for being racist and portrayed himself as an immigration advocate. Does that ring true, given the stories his newspapers run? Crikey intern Ben Westcott trawls through the archives.
Hadley, Jones tumble in ratings. Sydney radio listeners showed their capricious side in the first ratings for 2013 (and the last to be conducted by the Nielsen group). 2Day FM lifted its overall share in Sydney and that of Kyle and Jackie O as listeners in the target younger demos ignored the prank call dramas […]
A Herald Sun intern's controversial Farrago piece sledging the publication ought to prompt others to evaluate what can be learned from the debacle, writes Alexandra Wake.
Earlier this month The Herald Sun went to town on a Melbourne social worker who stabbed himself to gain street cred. This week he was found dead in his car from an apparent drug overdose, writes Mike Stuchbery.