Melbourne newspaper the Herald Sun plans to use cash bonuses to incentivise its journalists to lure more readers and hook more subscribers.
A newspaper paying its journalists bonuses to chase page views has big implications for its role in a democracy.
Mitch Fifield seems to have herded enough fractious media cats into the cage to get his media reform package through.
The fact that Communications Minister Mitch Fifield has got a package of changes to Australia's media laws this far is remarkable considering the ill-fated recent history of attempts at media reform.
APN’s regional arm includes 12 daily newspapers.
The sale of APN's regional newspaper arm could see Rupert Murdoch's News Corp buy back the papers it sold in the '80s.
News Corp Australia’s free newspaper MX will wind up in a fortnight, the latest victim of the digital revolution.
You might have loved its cheeky light news, or avoided it as (literally) trash. Either way, MX will cease to exist. The killer? Your mobile phone.
Communications minister Malcolm Turnbull has floated the idea of reforming media laws, but Australia media terrain has changed.
if anything, media concentration is worsening and diversity won't be improved by changing Australia's media ownership laws.
Mr Murdoch is reported to be smiling once more, or at least his investors are. News Corp’s shares are up nearly 7% on the back of increased revenues and earnings from book publishing, education and realestate.com.au…
Former News Corp Australia chief executive Kim Williams speaking with journalist Kerry O'Brien at a QUT business leaders’ forum.
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In his first major speech since his sudden resignation last month as News Corp Australia’s chief executive, Kim Williams had the packed Grand Ballroom at Brisbane’s Hilton hotel abuzz with speculation…