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A billion-dollar land grab in podcasting has begun, and Spotify's leading the charge
Opinion
Opinion

A billion-dollar land grab in podcasting has begun, and Spotify's leading the charge

The audio format is evolving from cottage industry into a strategically important segment of the global media market

  • by John McDuling

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Rugby facing TV test as World Cup rights still in play
Ten Network

Rugby facing TV test as World Cup rights still in play

Rugby union's status as a top-tier TV sport in Australia is about to be tested.

  • by John McDuling and Jennifer Duke
TV networks push for review of 'outdated' election blackout ad rules
Ten Network

TV networks push for review of 'outdated' election blackout ad rules

Television networks are pushing for an overhaul of contradictory rules that stop them from broadcasting political ads days before an election, but don't restrict Facebook, Google and online platforms.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Domain share price surges despite property market slump
Domain Holdings Australia Limited

Domain share price surges despite property market slump

Investors in real estate website Domain celebrated a resilient result in light of a housing slump with shares surging 23 per cent on Friday.

  • by Jennifer Duke
The AI that can write a fake news story after being given just a few words
Media & marketing

The AI that can write a fake news story after being given just a few words

A company co-founded by Elon Musk has produced a piece of software that can produce authentic-looking fake news articles after being given just a few pieces of information.

  • by Jeremy Kahn
Network 10 bumps Changing Rooms after ratings disaster
Analysis
Analysis

Network 10 bumps Changing Rooms after ratings disaster

It was a hit 20 years ago – so why are viewers rejecting it now?

  • by Michael Lallo
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Broadcasters to ask competition watchdog to 'go further' in Facebook, Google inquiry
Facebook

Broadcasters to ask competition watchdog to 'go further' in Facebook, Google inquiry

Free-to-air television networks are set to ask the competition regulator to expand their crackdown on Facebook and Google.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Car industry hit by royal commission fallout and nervous customers
Carsales.com

Car industry hit by royal commission fallout and nervous customers

As Carsales.com is weighed down by difficulties its financing business, auto parts retailer Bapcor sees its sales growth more than halve.

  • by Jennifer Duke and Nick Bonyhady
HT&E radio boss keeps options open for future sell-offs
Ht&E Limited

HT&E radio boss keeps options open for future sell-offs

Here There & Everywhere CEO Ciaran Davis has not ruled out divestments as the company doubles down on radio networks and audio content.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Bezos' investigators reveal who leaked raunchy texts to tabloid
Jeff Bezos

Bezos' investigators reveal who leaked raunchy texts to tabloid

Private investigators working for Jeff Bezos have concluded that the brother of the Amazon chief executive's mistress leaked the couple's intimate text messages.

  • by Zeke Miller
Food and wagering: Ten boss Paul Anderson's plan for Melbourne Cup
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Ten Network

Food and wagering: Ten boss Paul Anderson's plan for Melbourne Cup

The race that stops a nation is still nine months away but Network Ten boss Paul Anderson is already off and running with a plan to boost ad revenue throughout the year.

  • by Jennifer Duke