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SBS says translated election debates helped public ‘engage fully’

SBS says translated election debates helped public ‘engage fully’

SBS translated televised election debates for the first time. The managing director says this has helped multicultural communities engage on the issues that matter.

  • by Zoe Samios

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Fight for NBCUniversal content fires up as offers start rolling in

Fight for NBCUniversal content fires up as offers start rolling in

The fierce battle for one of Australia’s largest international content deals is about to erupt as local broadcasters test the wares.

  • by Zoe Samios
The Sydney Morning Herald is the country’s largest masthead

The Sydney Morning Herald is the country’s largest masthead

Latest Roy Morgan figures show the Herald was the number one destination for newsreaders in Australia.

Digital audiences drive growth at The Age

Digital audiences drive growth at The Age

Latest figures from Roy Morgan show The Age was a go-to destination for readers as Victoria dealt with rising COVID cases and other major events throughout the year.

Rod Sims: Media bargaining laws must apply to Facebook

Rod Sims: Media bargaining laws must apply to Facebook

Rod Sims believes the tech giants and media companies would still be negotiating commercial deals if it weren’t for the threat of Australia’s landmark laws.

  • by Zoe Samios
NZ publishers recruit former Nine execs to lead tech talks

NZ publishers recruit former Nine execs to lead tech talks

Two former senior Nine executives, Chris Janz and David Eisman, will lead negotiations with Google and Meta for the NZ publishing industry.

  • by Zoe Samios
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From lettuce buyer to Washington: The life and passions of Nick Bryant

From lettuce buyer to Washington: The life and passions of Nick Bryant

Which phrase does Nick Bryant, former BBC correspondent and host of the Judith Neilson Institute’s podcast Journo, overuse? Canberra is the coup capital of the democratic world.

  • by Zoe Samios
Trailblazing journalist Caroline Jones dead at 84

Trailblazing journalist Caroline Jones dead at 84

The veteran broadcaster was the first female reporter on Australia’s first national current affairs program, This Day Tonight, and hosted Australian Story for 20 years.

  • by Angus Dalton
Which party deserves to govern? Newspapers publish their election editorials

Which party deserves to govern? Newspapers publish their election editorials

All but one of the News Limited mastheads has endorsed the Coalition.

  • by Nell Geraets
A barage of online ads is coming as election goes into blackout mode

A barage of online ads is coming as election goes into blackout mode

An election-eve broadcasting blackout ban begins on Wednesday night but online it’s a free-for-all, where Labor has been going hard.

  • by Lisa Visentin
ABC’s Buttrose responds to criticism broadcaster ‘marks its own homework’

ABC’s Buttrose responds to criticism broadcaster ‘marks its own homework’

ABC chair Ita Buttrose has confirmed plans to appoint an independent ombudsman to assess complaints about its editorial content.

  • by Zoe Samios