After Christchurch, we wondered how our media enabled anti-Muslim sentiment. A year on, and the landscape is very much the same.
With the coronavirus now classified a pandemic, the responsibility now lies with the media to cover it properly.
The closure of AAP is more than losing almost a century of tradition, it represents a lack of opportunity for the journalists of tomorrow.
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.
One of the greatest crimes of the internet is the elevation of famous faux-experts. But there’s a reason why Gwyneth Paltrow continues to cash in.
Legendary Australian journalist John Pilger has described the “darkness” that awaits Julian Assange should we allow his extradition.