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If you blinked you might have missed it, but The Daily Telegraph made a quick story change when reporting the death of respected US actor Philip Seymour Hoffman on Monday.
If you’ve been following the news over summer, you probably will have seen "king hit" crop up often in the headlines. But a media shift over the past few weeks could see this term become defunct.
The bell could be tolling for Today Tonight with Helen Kapalos announcing her departure from the tabloid current affairs program after a year in the hosting chair, opting to take a correspondent role on Sunday Night.
Bushfire season is a reminder of Black Saturday and some of the terrible disasters we’ve had in Australia. And in times of natural disaster, reporting on social media has played a more and more important role as an information resource and even a...
It would be difficult not to have been moved by Adam Boland’s piece that was published in early December.
With media organisations 'cutting costs', long-serving journalists taking voluntary redundancies and thousands of journalism graduates vying for jobs, there is a new solution to keep the dwindling media industry afloat.
Noticing a change to your morning routine? There has been another Australian breakfast radio casualty.
The Australian has hit out at new digital publication The New Daily, claiming it is taking money from “hardworking Australians” through its superannuation funding.
News Corporation leaked two lists containing the names and corresponding salaries of top-earning ABC staffers and Aunty has hit back. $235,664
Pinterest has emerged as one of the top social media networks for driving traffic to publishers, second only to Facebook, according to Shareaholic. In fact, it was responsible for 3.68% of overall traffic in September – three times more than...
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