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With the US election over, Fox News is pitching its softer side

With the US election over, Fox News is pitching its softer side

Fox News executives presented advertisers with what they said would be lighter fare after a tumultuous year of pandemic and presidential politics.

  • by Christopher Palmeri

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News Corp formalises Google and Facebook deals, announces hiring spree

News Corp formalises Google and Facebook deals, announces hiring spree

News Corp Australia chairman Michael Miller says Facebook and Google deals are starting to be implemented as he announced a hiring spree.

  • by Zoe Samios
AAP to receive multimillion-dollar federal government funding boost

AAP to receive multimillion-dollar federal government funding boost

Newswire AAP will receive nearly $20 million in funding from the federal government budget.

  • by Zoe Samios
Catalano eyes future of Canberra Times office as ACM goes on sales spree

Catalano eyes future of Canberra Times office as ACM goes on sales spree

After selling their Ballarat print site, regional media owners Antony Catalano and Alex Waislitz are considering selling the famous Fyshwick headquarters in Canberra.

  • by Zoe Samios
Let’s drop the term ‘patient zero’, for history’s sake

Let’s drop the term ‘patient zero’, for history’s sake

The media needs to report on the pandemic without inciting blame and encouraging condemnation.

  • by Joshua Badge and Emil Cañita
Lessons from the ‘big, little’ stories of my journalist mother

Lessons from the ‘big, little’ stories of my journalist mother

Chris Masters was the keynote speaker at the opening of the Judith Neilson Institute’s new offices in Chippendale, Sydney. This is an excerpt from his speech.

  • by Chris Masters
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Senator Bragg’s ‘Big W’ dreams and the film that makes him cry

Senator Bragg’s ‘Big W’ dreams and the film that makes him cry

Senator Andrew Bragg wanted to be a Big W manager when he grew up. Now he writes too many pamphlets.

  • by Samantha Hutchinson
Foxtel performance provides ‘optionality’, Kayo nears 1m paying subscribers

Foxtel performance provides ‘optionality’, Kayo nears 1m paying subscribers

News Corp says the financial performance of Foxtel has provided it with more flexibility and options, after the global media company announced a $650 million refinance of the pay TV business’ debt.

  • by Zoe Samios
Lachlan Murdoch’s Seven visit sparks News chatter

Lachlan Murdoch’s Seven visit sparks News chatter

With one of the senior members of the Murdoch family in town at a pivotal juncture for the company, the rumour mill has understandably gone into overdrive.

  • by Zoe Samios
Award-winning journalist to lead Washington Post’s Australian set-up

Award-winning journalist to lead Washington Post’s Australian set-up

The Washington Post is establishing an Australian bureau in a sign of increasing reader interest in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • by Zoe Samios
Trump remains banned from Facebook after board upholds suspension
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Trump remains banned from Facebook after board upholds suspension

Facebook’s independent oversight board has upheld the social media giant’s decision to suspend former president Donald Trump from the platform.

  • by Matthew Knott