Traditional media houses must adapt, innovate and converge to survive in the digital age.
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Media houses with digital and traditional newsrooms need to create collaborative environments to address the tensions that often emerge between the old and the new.
Only the competition regulator stands in the way of further media concentration in Australia, but few expect the first of probably a number of mergers to be blocked.
Australian media ownership is already among the most concentrated in the world, but if the competition regulator approves the Nine-Fairfax deal, expect the race for survival to produce more mergers.
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The FCC has made it even easier for broadcast media conglomerates to focus on making money. The public – who own the airwaves those companies depend on – will suffer as a result.
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As the Trump administration settles into office, regulators and lawmakers have big plans for shifting the country's media landscape, with potentially profound effects on the public.
Indonesian media moguls have argued that the internet means cross-media ownership laws that prevent common ownership of radio, television and newspapers are obsolete.
Indonesia’s media landscape may be a model which Australia is emulating as it looks to change media ownership laws. There are positives to this, but also causes for concern.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull is looking for greater efficiency from both the ABC and SBS.
Did SBS chief executive Michael Ebeid score a well-timed free kick or an own goal in his attack on the ABC this week? The ABC recently secured the free-to-air television rights for the Asian Cup football…
Opposition communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull has stepped up his criticism of proposed new media regulation.
Opposition communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull is overlooking critical issues of diversity and public interest in dismissing…