After just a day's Senate hearings, both the Coalition government and Labor have decided there is no need for an Australian royal commission into media diversity.
Rupert Murdoch doesn't tell Australian editors what to write, but many get opportunities to learn what he thinks, senators learned today.
WAN-Ifra's global president has written to Indian prime minister Narendra Modi urging an end to legal actions he says "threaten to undermine press freedom".
Having moved back the US to be closer to her family, Mary-Katharine Phillips has joined the News Leaders Association.
Australian media owners' lobby group ThinkNewsBrands has announced the appointment of Vanessa Lyons as general manager.
Publisher Eric Beecher has weighed in on the side of Google and Facebook, refuting claims that they have destroyed the business models of major publishers.
The phone has been running hot between the tech giants and key Australian politicians, according to treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
A media campaign to change gag laws affecting rape victims has seen sexual abuse advocate Grace Tame named 2021 Australian of the Year.
Two Asian media moguls are feeling the brunt of China's push for greater control in the region.
A series of four free webinars address the unprecedented demands placed on newsrooms, not only by COVID-19, but by climate disasters and increased civil conflict.
They're expanding on Nob Hill... or rather the owner of the Nob Hill Gazette is expanding with the purchase of the San Francisco Examiner, once owned by William Randolph Hearst.
An investigation into how New Zealand publisher Stuff portrayed Māori throughout its history has led to a report and public apology.
Fears are that investigative local journalism will be a casualty of Bennett, Coleman & Co's closure of two Mirror editions.
After having first been brought in to review operations in 2019 and then joining as chief revenue officer, Tony Kendall has been named for the top job at Australian Community Media.
Further centralisation of News Corp's Australian operations will see 25 more editorial jobs go before Christmas.
In many respects, this is what WAN-Ifra does best. With no opportunity for landmark events such as the IfraExpo, the group is getting down to the 'nuts and bolts' of journalism with events like today's WEF Science in the Newsroom event.
With a Senate inquiry set to start, there's tacit acceptance that the Royal Commission former prime minister Kevin Rudd and more than 500,000 others asked for will not take place.
Whatever the reason - and media today have mentioned the names of two women - Hugh Marks is leaving Nine Entertainment, after an upbeat annual meeting and an exciting five years.
Australian Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young will chair the Senate inquiry she asked for.
Just as Col Allan - architect of News Corp's snappy headlines in New York and Australia - is retiring, the Post has moved to an unfamiliar Trump-critical stance.
Kevin Rudd's petition, promoted under the #MurdochRoyalCommission hashtag, has been tabled in the Australian parliament.
A five-minute video interview underpins CNN Business's report on Kevin Rudd's petition calling for an inquiry into the dominance of the Murdoch media empire.
Sara April of US merger-and-acquisition firm Dirks, Van Essen & April tells the story of the 1920 battle between two newspaper publishers.
Topics including the training of law reporters, the divide between social and institutional media, and of course, press freedom were canvassed at an online event to launch a new report on Indian media law.
A new Newsworks study explores the role of news brands in a contemporary landscape under the theme, World without News.
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