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But in this case, God the Editor listened. Maybe he even learned from my experience. Better still, Mrs God obviously had even more influence than The Admiral and this cub reporter.
by John Mikkelsen - 19/03/2024 - 5 comments
Meta's public declaration of intent threatens various media companies with significant loss. In Australia, Nine Entertainment, Seven West Media and News Corp risk losing between 5 and 9% of net profit.
by Binoy Kampmark - 15/03/2024 - 5 comments
The dinosaur legacy media outlets are attempting to stave off their extinction by taxing their evolved rivals.
by Graham Young - 13/03/2024 - 6 comments
'Gone is the emphasis on an open and competitive economy where workers and bosses work out win-win solutions, it’s now open class warfare and wealth redistribution.'
by John Mikkelsen - 26/02/2024 - 12 comments
Newspapers such as The Guardian Australia even urged the PM to get with the Swift program, as her 'ubiquity in a fragmented world might carry some broader lessons...'
by Binoy Kampmark - 23/02/2024 - 3 comments
The old mass media companies prior to the information age, now referred to as the legacy media, carried a reputation for hard headed journalism, which exposed scandals without fear or favour.
by Murray Hunter - 16/02/2024 - 12 comments
If there is any doubt as to ACMA’s role as a state censor, impending laws say government information cannot be labelled misinformation or disinformation.
by Graham Young - 18/01/2024 - 13 comments
We've lost faith as a nation in our collective ability to be bulldust detectors – and now we're asking the government to step in.
by Michael Jensen - 4/10/2023 - 7 comments
In 2023, now aged 92 years, Murdoch has reached a point where he would not so much step down as shuffle slightly to the side.
by Binoy Kampmark - 25/09/2023 - 5 comments
Gone is the frontier utopianism of an open, untampered information environment, where bright and optimistic netizens could gather, digitally speaking, in the digital hall.
by Binoy Kampmark - 17/08/2023 - 11 comments
The ACT government's initial decision to delay the public release of the report of its Sofronoff Board of Inquiry into the criminal justice system was a textbook example of how not to manage a public inquiry.
by Scott Prasser - 14/08/2023 - 5 comments
The Australian government is proposing a law that will force digital platforms (Facebook, etc.) to determine what is 'true'
by Ken Phillips - 2/08/2023 - 9 comments


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