In a year of unbelievable headlines, the CEO of Australia Post personally making sure Pauline Hanson’s back-handed gift to those in public lockdown she insulted arrived safely is the most unbelievable.
The data we archive today becomes tomorrow’s history. So, considering that we’re writing our own canon, I’m wondering who is saving exactly what.
Facebook has taken a stand against the legislation that will force them to compensate local media outlets, promising to stop featuring Australian news wholesale.
A new report has illuminated the dominance of white voices that produce and deliver news on free-to-air television.
The problem in media today is not bias or a lack of objectivity, as is so often argued, but rather a press that pretends to be something it is not.
The unjust persecution of Julian Assange (and the knock-on effects the media will feel) should be the point we’re discussing – not your personal opinion of him.