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After much speculation, Fairfax Media has finally confirmed it's bidding farewell its digital 'rivers of gold.'
European news organisations thought they’d scored a victory last fall when the European Commission supported their idea to create a special protection for digital journalism, the linchpin of their...
Is Sky News the Australian version of Fox News? Well, yes and no, writes Denis Muller.
Facts have never been under such sustained attack. Into this environment, the ABC, in partnership with RMIT University in Melbourne, is reopening the ABC Fact Check unit.
Hannah Marsh reviews the recent Reuters Memorial Lecture, entitled 'We Broke the News. How do we Fix it?' - delivered by Melissa Bell, of Vox.
This study seeks to discern the nuances of Americans' digital news habits, and sheds light on whether people are actually aware of the sources of news they consume.
NBN CEO, Bill Morrow, says the $49 billion project is rolling out on time and on budget, despite having to secure a special loan from the federal government late last year.
Adopting the role of a good neighbour does not mean abandoning critical perspective. It’s an opportunity to ensure that local newspapers are at the heart of the conversations taking place in their...