News Corporation's Fox Sports has sparked a revolt from the powerful NSW and Queensland clubs lobby after proposing massive subscription increases.
What started last week as a trickle in Australia looks like turning into a mini avalanche.
Bunnings, Foxtel and Caltex have joined the cascading global advertiser boycott of YouTube.
Holden and Kia have suspended all advertising from YouTube after they unwittingly paid to promote their cars alongside an offensive video that directed misogynistic insults at journalist and businesswoman Ita Buttrose.
In a major challenge to Foxtel and Telstra, Fetch TV is launching a new multimillion-dollar advertising campaign to "come out of hiding" and promote itself directly to consumers.
If anyone needs a reminder of the bond between sport and commercial television in this country it should be remembered it was the 1956 Olympics that finally brought TV screens into our lounge rooms.
Carlton & United Breweries has pulled up stumps on its 20-year sponsorship of the Australian cricket team.
The little party Olivia Gillen threw last year is part of a $2.5 billion-plus problem for Australia's television networks.
A UK-led boycott of Google's programmatic advertising is unlikely to spread to Australia, according to local media buyers.
Major advertisers across Europe are still appearing alongside extremist YouTube videos days after technology giant Google said it was taking steps to protect its clients from inadvertently supporting hate.
A UK boycott over concerns that ads could run alongside offensive videos has spread across the Atlantic as some of the heaviest US ad spenders pulled back, potentially costing Google and YouTube hundreds of millions of dollars in lost business.
Justin Milne, the new chairman of the ABC, is a former filmmaker and serial entrepreneur who has been thinking about the future of television delivered over the internet for more than 20 years.
Telecommunications company TPG has reported nearly 30 per cent growth in underlying profit for the first half of the current financial year.
NBN board member and former Telstra executive Justin Milne is expected to be appointed the new chair of the ABC by the Turnbull government later this week.
Google, the primary revenue driver for Alphabet Inc., announced changes to its advertising policies after major brands pulled ads from the platform because they appeared alongside offensive content, such as videos promoting terrorism or anti-Semitism.
While rivals WIN and Nine battle head-on for local news viewers, Mark Ferguson's Seven News from Sydney is the winner at 6pm.
A curious trend emerged in the half-year reporting season among Australia's television companies. Something worthy of investigation by Detective Humphrey Goodman.
The former lover of Seven West Media boss Tim Worner has made good on her threat to sue the company.
Rupert Murdoch's $18.7 billion bid to takeover Sky News in the UK has been referred to the media regulator with the tory government citing concerns about "broadcasting standards" and "media plurality."
Disney's latest re-imagining, Beauty and the Beast, marks a big test of the company's strategy of using live actors to make beloved animated tales more relevant.
Siobhan McKenna resigns from the Ten board to rejoin Lachlan Murdoch at News Corp.
Sportswear giant Adidas has been aggressively defending its logo. Now companies are pushing back against the "bully".
As if the news cycle doesn't feel fast enough already, a new automated online media monitoring service is being launched this week.
It is easy to forget that the controversial cartoonist was an artist before he was a controversialist, and he was an illustrator before he was a provocateur.
Cartoonist Bill Leak has died after suffering a suspected heart attack, his employer News Corp Australia has confirmed.
The UK publishing arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp deleted 20 million emails in 2010 and 2011 as investigations into illegal phone hacking by journalists gathered pace, according to new evidence in a lawsuit that could cast a shadow on the takeover of pay TV provider Sky .
Network Ten is flummoxed by the regulator's finding that a pro-family ad directing viewers to an anti-abortion site should have aired with a political authorisation statement.
A large shareholder appears to be exiting the Ten Network registry outside of the company's billionaire owners coterie, pushing shares down to all-time lows of 52 cents on Tuesday.
Nine News has received a red card from the media regulator for a two minute report on Ku-ring-gai former Mayor Cheryl Szatow, that was biased and at times unfactual.
The former lover of Seven West Media boss Tim Worner is considering suing the company for damages for breach of contract, in a dramatic escalation of a public spat between the pair.