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Margaret Gee's Media News
An academic study is set to examine the impact of job cuts on the Australian media industry.
The Australian Law Reform Commission is considering changes to ‘fair use’ copyright laws.
Channel Ten’s Twitter competition to name its new morning show has backfired.
News Corp Australia will consolidate its suburban newspaper offices after the closure of a number of Melbourne locations.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has apologised to British Sun newspaper staff for making them “victims” of the aftermath of the phone hacking scandal in 2011.
A women’s rights group is singing Julia Gillard’s praises while slamming the Australian media.
Tennis legend Pat Cash is the latest addition to Channel Ten’s lineup.
Newspapers might be looking a little thin but we’re set for more YouTube ads, says a Pricewaterhouse Coopers media forecast.
Industry leaders say changes to privacy laws will give more power to internet users, but consumers need to be more mindful of the data they’re giving away.
An Australian journalist will be the first recipient of a new investigative journalism fellowship
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