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Margaret Gee's Media News
Media paychecks are evolving, with traditional job opportunities shrinking as newsrooms merge into smaller operations. ‘New News’ panelists at the 2013 Melbourne Writer’s Festival explored the current evolution of journalists’ wages, many calling for...
It’s become a common catchphrase in the news: “Twitter broke the story”. Whether it’s the birth of the royal baby or the war in Syria, you just about always can count on Twitter to have a hash tag trending. But is there such a thing as too much...
Introducing 'The New Newsroom' at the 2013 Melbourne Writers Festival, Peter Clarke described "the working journalist in their natural habitat", which is no longer just the newsroom. Stories are rarely, if ever, broken on front pages anymore.
I’d like to make an apology for all the smartarses of Twitter. If you’ve seen anything of the #AskBolt campaign, you'll know the ones.
Call it sexist, but women’s blogs have definitely got the stigma for being fluffy.
When does journalism cross a line? This is a question coming to mind for anyone who read the now famous “Kick This Mob Out” cover of the Daily Telegraph. And it didn't stop at the cover, with clear anti-Rudd preference dotted throughout News Corp's...
Anyone else confused about the asylum seeker issue? You are not alone.
For some reason, weather and sexiness just go together.
One of the radio hosts behind the “royal prank” is claiming Southern Cross Austereo “failed to provide a safe workplace”.
A blow-out between two of the world’s largest media businesses is underway.
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