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Audio program
27 April 2017

The Ten Network has signalled grave concerns about its survival in a tough advertising market, as it posted a half-year loss of $232 million.

Audio program
24 April 2017

A new organisation, Media Diversity Australia, has been founded to target the underrepresentation of Australia's diversity in the media.

Audio program
20 April 2017

Gambling experts have hailed a potential plan to impose strict limits on television gambling advertising.

Audio interview
19 April 2017

Interview with Emeritus Professor Riaz Hassan, from the University of South Australia's International Centre for Muslim and Non-Muslim Understanding, to discuss the results of a 2016 survey into...

Audio program
13 April 2017

The revelation that internet company TPG is planning to become Australia's fourth main mobile ‘phone company has sent shockwaves through the telecommunications industry.

Audio program
13 April 2017

The federal government is giving its strongest indication yet that its Centrelink income management trial could be expanded.

Audio interview
6 April 2017

The ACTU is gearing up for a major campaign in the lead up to the next election to change the workplace laws.

Audio program
5 April 2017

Fairfax has announced a further shakeup of its media business in a bid to reduce its editorial budget by $30 million.

Audio program
5 April 2017

There are calls for a national approach to overcoming childhood obesity, with concerns that some kids are missing out on important advice about exercise and nutrition.

Audio program
30 March 2017

The federal parliament has passed the so-called ‘Google Tax’ - a 40% tax on any profits that multinationals are found to have shifted offshore - making Australia just the second country in the...