Yes, it is our ABC

The gulf between the views of the public and the ABC’s vocal critics is large and growing, writes Rodney Tiffen

05 Dec 13 | Comments (5)

Good news from the News of the World

Steady concentration has been a feature of the Australian media landscape; the legislative challenge is to take advantage of the shift in sentiment, argues Tim Dwyer

20 Jul 11 | Comments (0)

Is this News Limited’s defence?

News Limited does some things very well, writes Geoffrey Barker. Self-analysis isn’t one of them

18 Jul 11 | Comments (2)

Will Australia’s satellite TV service head Skywards?

Australia’s history of international broadcasting is littered with mis-steps, writes Rodney Tiffen. Will the government’s current tendering process see it turn its back on the ABC, and embrace Sky, just as Rupert Murdoch’s stake in that company is set to grow?

16 Mar 11 | Comments (0)

The Digger and the dirt

The next casualties of Britain’s phone-hacking controversy could come from the media, politics or the police. But whoever falls next, it probably won’t be good news for the business interests of Australia’s most influential American citizen, writes Frank Bongiorno in London

02 Feb 11 | Comments (0)

News Limited’s knife-edge election

News Limited’s newspapers viewed the Queensland election through an anti-Labor lens, writes Geoffrey Barker, and most of the other media followed their lead

24 Mar 09 | Comments (1)