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Media watchdog to investigate broadcasting of Christchurch livestream

Media watchdog to investigate broadcasting of Christchurch livestream

The media regulator has launched a formal investigation into news organisations and TV networks after complaints about the broadcasting of a video of the mass shooting in Christchurch. 

  • by Jennifer Duke

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What Rupert Murdoch really wants from Google and Facebook
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Analysis

What Rupert Murdoch really wants from Google and Facebook

The ACCC doesn't even have the power to break up Google. So what is News Corp playing at?

  • by John McDuling
'Unparalleled power': News Corp calls on ACCC to break up Google
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'Unparalleled power': News Corp calls on ACCC to break up Google

The provocative suggestion represents a dramatic escalation in News Corp's global campaign against the tech giants, which the ACCC has said are hurting local publishers. 

  • by John McDuling and Nick Bonyhady
Siobhan McKenna: Meet the woman calling the shots at News Corp
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Siobhan McKenna: Meet the woman calling the shots at News Corp

With the ear of Lachlan Murdoch, she is widely considered the most powerful individual at the historic media company in Australia.

  • by John McDuling and Jennifer Duke
Why there are more deals to be done in Aussie media
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Why there are more deals to be done in Aussie media

In media industry circles there is a growing belief that consolidation in the sector will not end with last year's $4 billion tie-up between Nine and Fairfax.

  • by John McDuling
News Corp's hardline paywall approach softened for ex-subscribers
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News Corp's hardline paywall approach softened for ex-subscribers

Digital subscribers to The Australian can still access some of the masthead's articles after cancelling despite the publisher supporting tough restrictions on free content.

  • by Jennifer Duke
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The Sydney Morning Herald on top as most-read news title in 2018
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The Sydney Morning Herald on top as most-read news title in 2018

The Sydney Morning Herald ended 2018 as the most-read masthead in the country finishing the year with 7.68 million readers in December, new audience data shows. 

'Totally incorrect': News organisations hit back at Google, Facebook
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'Totally incorrect': News organisations hit back at Google, Facebook

Media organisations and classifieds executives have hit back at claims from Facebook and Google that property, job and vehicle advertisements moving online have affected news publishers' revenues more than the rise of the US-based digital behemoths. 

  • by Jennifer Duke
Dozens of Australian journalists threatened with contempt of court over Pell stories
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Dozens of Australian journalists threatened with contempt of court over Pell stories

Move to charge dozens of journalists with contempt of court over reporting of Pell’s conviction — despite the child abuser not being named in stories.

  • by Clay Lucas
George Pell: How the mighty have fallen
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George Pell

George Pell: How the mighty have fallen

He was a Prince of the Church, handpicked in 2003 by Pope John Paul II, as a cardinal; a prelate, set above others, entitled to be called His Eminence.

  • by Tony Wright
Ten bets on turnaround after record low January
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Ten bets on turnaround after record low January

Network Ten is betting on a drastic turnaround after starting the year with the lowest commercial free-to-air revenue share on record without cricket’s Big Bash League to bolster its bottom line.

  • by Jennifer Duke