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There's a growing public disenchantment with democracy and the modern political process. So, here's a solution: citizens’ juries—ordinary people who are given the information and training to make decisions on civic issues.
It’s all part of an approach known as deliberative democracy, aiming to...
The Sydney Institute's Gail Hambly and Matthew Ricketson provide insight and opinion on the latest media regulation reforms and the Finkelstein media report.
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It's taken a decade of debate, but Australia's states and territories have finally reached an agreement on violent and sexually explicit video games. The country's attorneys general have decided to introduce a new, adult rating for some video games: R18+.
What does the future hold for community television? It's shaking off its hokey image and gaining more and more viewers across Australia, but at the same time it's also beginning to lose audience share as consumers switch from analogue to digital. Marooned for the moment...
Media owners appear to be scrambling to take advantage of new legislative changes. And amid the flurry, a deal confirmed yesterday between James Packer's PBL company and a group called CVC Asia Pacific has suddenly given Mr Packer an awful lot of ready money for...
Fairfax has announced a further shakeup of its media business in a bid to reduce its editorial budget by $30 million.
Editorial staff at mastheads including The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald are again facing redundancies, though it's not yet known how many...
The revelation that internet company TPG is planning to become Australia's fourth main mobile phone company has sent shockwaves through the telecommunications industry.
TPG plans to spend around $1.9 billion to build a new 4G mobile phone network, and the news has sent Telstra's...