The Queensland government is moving closer to laws designed to protect journalists from revealing their whistleblower sources.
Shares in Seven West Media surged today after the multi-media giant reported a lofty earnings forecast, positive trading in the fourth quarter and continued strong demand for its digital content.
Queensland publishers will be protected from defamation actions if they can prove they published in the public interest, after new laws were passed.
Shares in broadcaster Seven have surged by more than 22 per cent after the company raised its full-year earnings forecast .
The West Australian’s Annabel Hennessy and Briana Fiore were tonight recognised among Australia’s best young reporters at the prestigious Walkley Awards.
A new news channel in the UK plans to give a voice to those who feel sidelined and "expose the growing promotion of cancel culture."
The Pulitzer Board has awarded Darnella Frazier a special citation for a video she said has haunted her ever since, showing George Floyd's death.
Perth’s former talkback radio king Howard Sattler has passed away at the age of 76 after a long — and sometimes controversial — career on the airwaves.
John Flint and Michael Traill
A program to promote journalistic excellence has been named after West Australian reporter Catherine Martin.
Google and Facebook will pay Nine Entertainment for its news content under deals struck following the introduction of the News Media Bargaining Code.
The ABC’s problems are not isolated to local radio in WA and declining TV audiences. Longstanding complaints about left-wing bias have given way to a series of attacks on its standards of journalism.
The West Australian’s Annabel Hennessy and Briana Fiore have been nominated across a number of categories in this year’s Walkley Awards.
New readership data has revealed massive growth for The West Australian and its website thewest.com.au as well as The Sunday Times and PerthNow
Martin Bashir has said he ‘never wanted to harm’ Diana, Princess of Wales, with the Panorama interview, adding: ‘I don't believe we did.’
We all love her dearly but let’s face it — Aunty is not in the best of health these days. The old treasure has been on the slide for years but she powerless to climb out of her latest rut.
Actor Craig McLachlan has accused the ABC and Eastern States media of manipulating interviews with women who accused him of sexual misconduct – effectively ending his stellar performing career.
A 12-storey Gaza tower block housing the offices of the US-based Associated Press and Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera has collapsed after being struck by Israeli missiles, a Reuters witness says.
Nidal al-Mughrabi and Rami Ayyub
Hartley Joynt, a journalist with The West Australian and former Daily News before heading up Community Newspaper Group as its editor-in-chief for 10 years, passed away this week aged 82.
The much-loved journalist has made an emotional farewell after 13 years with the broadcaster.
The beloved news broadcaster had spent a lengthy period of time in a coma before his life support was switched off last night.
Despite repeated questions about the defamation case Christian Porter launched against the ABC over its reporting of rape accusations, its chair Ita Buttrose instead focused on the need for funding.
Quickflix, the DVD rental and streaming service, has had a winding up application lodged against it.
Seven West Media continues to be Australia’s digital content pioneer, sealing deals with the two tech giants that confirm the ‘quality’ and ‘credibility’ of its newspaper and television brands.
A News Corp proposal to launch a UK news channel is not commercially viable, a memo to staff suggests.
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