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An open letter to Sharri Markson

The Australian‘s media editor, Sharri Markson, caused a storm this week when her newspaper published an “undercover” expose of alleged left-wing bias in two of the nation’s premier journalism programs at the University of Sydney (USYD and the University of Technology in Sydney (UTS) 1,781 more words

News Corp & 2GB promote this activity

Asme Sahimi was outside her work in the Sydney CBD when a man grabbed her hijab from behind, put his legs between hers and flipped her on to the ground. 178 more words

Islamophobia

Never Fear Sharri Markson, I Learnt About News Corp Too

Sharri Markson is worried. She’s written an article for the Australian, talking about how several universities in Sydney have been talking about the power News Corp has in Australia as a part of journalism and media courses. 850 more words

ABC

Mayang Prasetyo

This is a blog post dedicated to Mayang Prasetyo. It is a very small gesture to show respect for a person who has tragically had their life taken from them; something which mainstream news outlets have failed to do on their online platforms. 328 more words

Online real estate is about to get more competitive, and that’s good for everybody


This is a good thing

Move was eating Zillow’s dust for too long. As part of News Corp, the company (and, most notably, realtor.com), will get a shot of energy and talent that it needs very badly. 488 more words

Business

Rupert Murdoch took a pay cut… Or did he?

At face value, you might think that media mogul Rupert Murdoch has taken a pay cut since News Corp was split in two. But take a closer look, and it becomes all too clear that Murdoch has received a raise since the decoupling. 442 more words

Leadership

Climate Change: Don't believe everything you read.

Over the coming weeks Jamie’s Pages will be presenting a series of articles on climate change and the environment. The first of these articles looks at how the issue of climate change is covered in the Australian media. 2,019 more words
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