A list of finalists for News Corp Australia's 2019 News Awards gives an indication of the current breadth and diversity of the Murdoch outpost.
The awards - now in their 15th year - cover aspects of News' storytelling across broadcast, digital, print and book publishing.
Increasing diversification comes through investments in Foxtel, sporting broadcast rights, Sky News and content marketing agency Medium Rare which produces the Qantas and Coles magazines.
Fox Sports stars Shane Warne and Andrew Johns are finalists, Warne for commentary, Johns for an interview with his brother, rugby league "immortal" Andrew.
Also nominated are the journalists behind Sky News' documentary series Bad Blood, the Herald Sun's five-year Lawyer X campaign, and the Brisbane Sunday Mail's expose of regional maternity unit closures.
Technology and coverage innovations behind the new Fox Cricket channel and Kayo sport streaming service are also recognised.
Winners will be announced at the 2019 News Awards event later this year.
The 2019 News Awards finalists, across 18 categories, are:
Young Journalist of the Year
Innovation in Journalism
Visual Journalism of the Year
Keith McDonald Award (Business Journalist of the Year)
Achievements in Sports Journalism
Achievements in Specialist Journalism
Interview of the Year
Achievements in Commentary and Opinion
Outstanding Achievements in Reporting
Bill Leak Cartoonist of the Year
Headline of the Year
Achievements in Campaigns
Scoop of the Year
Achievements in Regional Journalism
Achievements in Community Journalism
Magazine/Lifestyle Brand of the Year
Finalists and winner in the Brand of the Year and Journalist of the Year (Sir Keith Murdoch Award) categories will be announced at the News Awards event.
Pictured: Shane Warne, Isa Guha and Adam Gilchrist front Fox Sports' cricket channel
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