The SBS has announced John Sintras as its new head of audience development and content. And other media tidbits of the day.
The ABC has apologised to Australian Conservatives candidate Kevin Bailey after he was targeted in a Tonightly segment. And other media tidbits of the day.
Labor MP Brian Mitchell has called ABC journalist Matt Wordsworth a maggot as he was trying to interview former dual citizen Justine Keay outside Parliament
A perhaps unlikely pick for the annual Person of the Year by Time magazine, but Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg created a social network so large that if it was a country, it would be the world's third largest. And he's only 26.
The Time it is a'changing, with stories now cut short online, telling readers to either check out the print edition or the paid edition on their iPads. Is this a paywall without a door?
Why did Time.com and Politico, two well respected news sites, completely violate copyright and publish the infamous Rolling Stone McChrystal profile on their sites?
Ailing newsweekly Newsweek's biggest problem is that it's coming second in a two-horse-race with TIME magazine, says Dan McGinn. Both rags would actually be better off with more competitors.
An interesting interview by Katie Couric with Nancy Gibbs, the executive editor of Time magazine. Nancy talks her top cover stories, the benefits of online vs. print and the future of journalism.
Jezebel shamelessly (yet hilariously and accurately) stereotypes various magazines' readerships. Vogue? "People who use the names of seasons as verbs". Time? "People waiting to get a colonoscopy".