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Australia's media market has long been under pressure and now the only national children's newspaper, Crinkling News, has printed its last edition.
Is China’s harsh brand of media control serving as a role model for its neighbours?
The issue of climate change has been a major focus of reporting in the Western media for some years, and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been at the centre of much of this coverage. But while reportage of the most recent report...
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...
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 fake news world isn't new, according to Robert Darnton, Professor of History and University Librarian Emeritus at Harvard.
The tradition can be traced back to the Byzantine empire, but its real origins can be found in early newspaper journalism in 18th century London...
Within a few hours of Donald Trump being declared president-elect, the first wave of reflections about the future of news media began to emerge.
The existential crisis comes at a time when the economics for much of our industry — especially newspapers — remains...
We have, in this brief history, a story of the varying articulation of the three business models which have, in varying degrees at different times and places, sustained public mass media: direct payment for content, payment for advertising and state subsidy.
The current 'future of journalism' debates focus on the crossover (or lack thereof) of mainstream journalism practices and citizen journalism, the 'democratisation' of journalism, and the 'crisis in innovation' around the 'death of newspapers'. This paper analyses a cohort of 20 investigative journalists to understand...