The Dutch historian who shot to fame after calling out rich elites is in the headlines again after video emerged of a Fox News host swearing at him during an interview that never went to air.
A Tasmanian man who claimed to be filming a television program admits he sold a fake advertising package to a woman for $5,000, but is "willing to pay it back", a court hears.
The ABC board is advertising for a new managing director to replace Michelle Guthrie, even though a new ABC chair is yet to be appointed and Ms Guthrie is still challenging her dismissal.
Domain's tough start as a separately listed company has seen it take a big write-down in value from the effects of falling house prices and fewer properties being listed for sale on the market.
The Federal Court hears a staff member for the then-justice minister joined Senator Michaelia Cash's former media advisor in tipping off journalists about the AFP raids on the offices of the Australian Workers' Union (AWU) in October 2017.
A documentary to be screened by the British broadcaster detailing sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson is in breach of ethical guidelines, his estate SAYS.
Just months after the Fairfax name was removed from the family's former mastheads, John B Fairfax will reinvest in the news industry, announcing a new online site for investigative journalism.
The supermarket tabloid is standing by its reporting of the world's richest man's affair as his accusations of blackmail could complicate a related legal matter involving a hush-money deal with a former Playboy model linked to Donald Trump.
Jeff Bezos claims the National Enquirer is trying to blackmail him using intimate photos sent between him and a woman he was said to be dating.
China is buying up broadcast space on foreign airwaves, pages inside newspapers and expanding its own state-owned media networks to increase its influence abroad and better spread the central government's policies.