After nearly a decade, Madonna has left label Interscope - home to Billie Eilish, Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar - after securing a massive signing bonus with Warner Records.
Plunging advertising revenues in the June quarter have battered profits at Rupert Murdoch’s empire.
Following in the footsteps of 20 newsmen, Jonty Low is breaking new ground as chair of the Australian Associated Press board.
The ABC journalist has been presenting from her home this week after she experienced symptoms of the deadly virus.
Perth mayor hopeful Basil Zempilas says safety is the city’s biggest issue and is promising to give police officers free parking in the CBD to help boost the number of cops on patrol.
News Corp founder Rupert Murdoch’s son James is resigning from the family- controlled publisher’s board over content appearing in its newspapers.
US talk show host Oprah Winfrey will break a 20-year tradition by not appearing on the cover of her magazine, with the September edition devoted to US police shooting victim Breonna Taylor.
Australian Associated Press will continue its renowned 85-year tradition as the bedrock of the nation's journalism with new owners.
Facebook and Google will face heavy fines if they breach a new mandatory code developed by the Federal Government to ensure tech giants are not ripping off news companies.
The chiefs of four big US tech giants are being grilled on their business practices at a congressional hearing in Washington.
Nandita Bose and Diane Bartz
Weekend presenter Tracy Vo is the latest name thrown in the ring for the job of the ABC’s Perth anchor James McHale, but it would be a huge blow to the cash-strapped network if she did take the gig.
Australian fashion magazines’ demise comes down to out of touch decision-makers who didn’t care or wish to learn about the changing culture or modern readers. But magazines still have a place.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
Nova’s hugely popular Kate, Tim and Marty show is soon to be no more after Marty Sheargold announced he was leaving the station.
New defamation laws could see cases settled in cafes instead of court in a bid to tackle the rise in minor squabbles ignited on social media.
The award-winning journalist has detailed some of the disgusting abuse she suffered in the wake of her TV interview with the Prime Minister.
The West Australian reported on Tuesday that McHale had put his hand up for a redundancy after the broadcaster revealed last month it would be axing 200 jobs nationwide — but who will replace him?
There's no urgent need for AAP to balance its budget as the newswire embarks on a new era as a not-for-profit organisation, philanthropist John McKinnon says.
James McHale has taken a redundancy at the ABC after a social media controversy in May.
Australians have changed their online behaviours during the pandemic, new data reveals, with women the most likely to cut spending.
Bauer Media has announced it will shut down eight Australian magazine titles that it had temporarily paused printing “due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19”.
Danielle Le Messurier
The company picked up 10.1 million worldwide subscribers during the April-June period, more than triple what it usually adds in that period.
Two former teachers who each had regular slots on Radio 6PR have been stood down from the station after the men were charged with sexually assaulting two of their teenage students.
Sarah Steger, Bethany Hiatt & Sarah Brookes
Better Skyworks, our own festivals and big new tourism drawcards. Basil Zempilas has laid out his plan to renew Perth’s pride as he officially announces his plan to become the city’s new Lord Mayor.
Broadcaster Nine Network has lost its chief financial officer Paul Koppelman on the eve of issuing its financial results after the death of a family member.
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