A freak family accident that grabbed the state’s attention gave a young Dan Murphy a taste of the world of journalism. Fourteen years later, he’s at the world’s biggest financial news network.
Microsoft is shutting down its LinkedIn service in China later this year after censorship rules were tightened by Beijing.
James Warburton says Seven is ‘back at number one and that is where we are going to stay’, revealing the exciting sport, news and entertainment that will help the network achieve that goal in 2022.
The much anticipated Hey Hey It's Saturday anniversary special has delivered Channel Seven a ratings win as the most watched TV show in the country on Sunday evening.
Communications Minister Paul Fletcher said the Government was considering what it could do to stop the harmful content being posted online with no accountability from social media platforms.
An exciting new look will tomorrow be unveiled for WA’s most read glossy magazine, STM, which is now the new home for the TV listings, puzzles and horoscopes.
One of the journalists who won this year's Nobel Peace Prize has accused Facebook of prioritisng "the spread of lies laced with anger and hate over facts".
The head of the ABC news has announced his surprise resignation and says he will leave as soon as his replacement is found.
Gaven Morris has announced he will quit the ABC after six years as director of news, analysis and investigations.
The talkback station has suffered again in the latest radio ratings, with breakfast host Gareth Parker losing ground for a fourth consecutive survey.
Activist Grace Tame has revealed she copped an onslaught of abuse after criticising a decision to give Pauline Hanson a platform.
A number of unlikely characters were mentioned in court as the defamation showdown between Erin Molan and the Daily Mail returned to court.
A controversial "fake news" bill has gone back to the drawing board in South Korea following a backlash from media organisations, activists and opposition MPs.
American news giant CNN has become the first major news organisation to pull its Facebook presence in Australia, after a court ruling on social media comments.
The search giant must be more transparent about its advertising methods, the ACCC recommends in a report that blasts Google for conflicts of interest.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has met with Rupert Murdoch’s right-hand man, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson, for a private dinner in New York.
Aspiring First Nations journalists — as well as those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds — can now apply for a paid summer internship at Seven West Media.
A second ex-ABC journalist has lashed out at the national broadcaster — alleging she had an ‘awful experience’ and was ‘bullied’ out of her job.
Brianna Dugan and Caitlyn Rintoul
Seven West Media is set to dominate the 2021 WA Media Awards after taking out almost half of all finalist nominations.
A Pilbara-based journalist is suing the national broadcaster, claiming it breached employment law and ‘aggravated’ her health.
Sky News has hit out at YouTube for removing its videos from the platform and suspending it for a week, telling an inquiry the reason was ‘frankly ridiculous’.
David Mills and Angie Raphael
Erin Molan tearfully told her defamation trial of the moment her life changed when an article was published she says painted her as racist.
Erin Molan has pointed to a TV series that aired on the ABC in a bid to show ‘times have changed’ while denying she was racist in her defamation trial.
Speak to any radio announcer and they’ll play down ratings and insist the whole system needs an overhaul. That’s generally from someone who’s taken a hit in the most recent results.
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