After all that's happened to the Murdochs in Britain this year, it’s extraordinary that one of Rupert’s immediate family could be cheered onto the stage at a major media function and clapped off at the end to rapturous applause. But that's what happened to Rupert’s second daughter Elisabeth when she rounded on her family last night.
Kim Williams has seen the future — and it’s got a tattoo, a handlebar moustache and a CV long enough to stretch from one end of Holt Street to another.
The Ecuadorian government has launched a scathing attack on the UK, alleging that it has threatened to withdraw its embassy's diplomatic status, in order to raid it, and arrest WikiLeaks supremo Julian Assange.
The Ten Network debuts two important more programs tonight. It needs them to be hits, after the disaster of Everybody Dance Now. The flops are hurting the bottom line significantly
If Gina Rinehart ever gets her way and wins a spot on the Fairfax board, there's one person she should ring for advice: Ita Buttrose.
Media policy statements from major party politicians should always be vetted against mogul-centrism, for that is their key purpose. Yesterday’s venture into media policy by Tony Abbott was no exception.
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