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Nine Entertainment's takeover of the Fairfax Media empire looks set to be consummated after the competition regulator said it would not oppose the $4 billion deal.
Fairfax and Nine have announced a $4 billion merger.
In a deal that confirms the financial viability of published newspapers remains pressured, Fairfax Media and News Corporation Australia have agreed to share their printing sites.
Australia's media market has long been under pressure and now the only national children's newspaper, Crinkling News, has printed its last edition.
The once mighty Fairfax media company is taking the axe to its newsrooms across the country. It will cut about 125 journalists at The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age in Melbourne The Australian Financial Review, and websites Brisbane Times and WAToday.
That is on...
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced it will not stand in the way of Kerry Stokes' Seven West Media buying The Sunday Times and its website, Perthnow. The decision means that Perth is set to become the nation's next capital city with just...
If 2012 was the year the chickens came home to roost for most of our big papers, 2015 has been the year of living dangerously for the regionals - and in a different way for commercial TV.
Mark Di Stefano
Dead tree newspapers are on their last legs, some say. In the meantime, new forms of journalism are springing up everywhere, courtesy of social media and online platforms. The audience - the citizen, the amateur - has become the new journalist . Paul Barclay...
Pamela Williams, editor-at-large of the Australian Financial Review , details the part played by James Packer and Lachlan Murdoch in the fall of the once mighty Fairfax empire.
GuestsPamela Williams Editor at large, Australian Financial Review and author of Killing Fairfax.