Talkback radio is dominated by male presenters. If we’re to have any hope of diversity of opinion we need more women on the radio.
Alan Jones doesn’t have to “die of shame” for his remarks about the PM’s father — fresh ratings show more people are listening to him, not less, despite a social media-led campaign against him.
Former UK newspaper editor Piers Morgan must be wishing he'd kept his mouth shut about phone hacking over the years, instead of shooting it off at every possible opportunity.
Even if you live nowhere near Sydney -- or would rather be caught with your pants down than reading a Murdoch tabloid -- there's simply no avoiding The Daily Telegraph. When it comes to generating outrage and kick-starting debate, The Tele can't be topped.
John Clarke and Bryan Dawe have been satirical stalwarts of the ABC. Now they’re at risk of being boned, according to whispers in Aunty’s Sydney corridors.
Shareholders greeted with scepticism the plans for a bright future laid out at yesterday's AGM of Fairfax Media. There was a full house at the meeting, but the mood was subdued, even despairing, as speaker after speaker challenged the record of Fairfax chairman, Roger Corbett, and the performance of the board.
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