Guardian Australia has turned a profit for the first time since its 2013 launch.
Why's the Oz hawking Dr Seuss books? And other media tidbits of the day.
Harper Lee's new novel is about to be published, as the literary world holds its breath. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Health funds waiting for certainty ... new Graham Perrett book on the way ... why is Vogue obsessed with llamas?
Men can no longer escape the harsh judgement of our intensely visual age. So how well are the boys adjusting to the critical gaze women have endured for so long?
Is life as Vogue editor Anna Wintour's assistant as hellish as The Devil Wears Prada makes it out to be? And what about working for other Condé Nast editors? New York mag tracks down some former assistants who "escaped".
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".
Despite the global media downturn, glossy fashion mags like Vogue are still doing relatively well. How have they avoided the fate of their less glamorous counterparts? By providing a "cheap treat" in lean economic times, says Roy Greenslade.
What, is everybody doing it now? The latest edition of French Vogue magazine features supermodel Lara Stone in blackface. Stay tuned for next month's spread, featuring a man in a duck suit and a guest appearance by Farnsy.
Iconic American photographer Irving Penn, who blurred the lines between commercial and art photography and was known for his minimalist style, has died aged 92. He shot over 150 covers of Vogue magazine.