Fairfax Media will appeal a High Court of New Zealand decision to refuse a merger of the publisher’s New Zealand business, Stuff, with NZME.
Television advertising revenue for the free-to-air metropolitan market grew significantly in December, with Nine Entertainment taking out top spot.
Just before the final report is due about the future of public interest journalism, media organisations are fighting proposed secrecy laws.
Facebook has started to shrink on one critical measure - and that's part of its plan.
The most valuable brand in the world is no longer Google.
Game of Thrones lost out to sports when it came to choosing the latest CEO at Rupert Murdoch's pay TV provider, Foxtel.
The Murdochs were always going to pick a loyal company man.
Foxtel picks Patrick Delany as its new boss post Fox Sports merger, over Peter Tonagh.
It's shaping up to be another critical year for Australia's pay TV giant.
Lured in by the promise of connecting with Facebook's 2 billion global users, media companies leveraging social media have been left on shaky ground.
Free to air TV giants are in the closest race for market share in over a decade, with an analyst tipping Nine will be on top.
The news that July day in 2005 sent shockwaves through corridors of power around the world: the crown prince of the Murdoch empire was out.
The conservative commentator has three broken ribs and an injured wrist after a gardening accident.
The new colonel is a woman.
Wealthy businessman Atkinson Prakash Charan has been branded a person who lies and an “entirely unreliable witness” by a Supreme Court judge.
Iconic animated show The Simpsons, long a part of Network Ten, has found a new home with Seven West Media.
Employees at The West Australian newspaper will face a round of redundancy in a “last resort” move by Seven West Media to cut costs.
Investors jumped back into the market after Domain Group's share price plummeted on Monday.
Britain's competition regulator said Rupert Murdoch buying all of Sky was not in the public interest because it would give the media mogul too much influence, but set out possible remedies that could allow the $15 billion deal to go ahead.
Months after listing on the Australian Stock Exchange, Antony Catalano has stepped down from his position as chief executive of Domain Group.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. agreed to a last-minute settlement before the start of another phone-hacking trial in London that would have raked up incidents from more than a decade ago.
Millennials are less tolerant of inconvenience and more likely to ditch a brand due to a public scandal than any other age group.
The NT News' top brass have been accused of striking a deal with the territory government to monitor emails sent by its then political reporter due to concerns his 'negative' reporting of the government's activities could cost the paper advertising revenue.
Eight months after being thrown a lifeline of more than $210,000, children's newspaper Crinkling News is no more.
Richard Branson has ordered Virgin Trains in the UK to lift a ban on the Daily Mail newspaper.
Corporate sponsors of the Olympic winter games in PyeongChang have been warned about hashtag hijacking.
The clothing retailer H&M apologised Monday for an image appearing in its online store that showed a black child model wearing a hooded sweatshirt that said "coolest monkey in the jungle."
Radio broadcaster and magazine publisher Pacific Star Network has announced it will merge with sports content and entertainment business Crocmedia.
Hoyts’ green DVD vending machines will be rebranded or removed across Australia in coming weeks.
Disney's offer provides Rupert Murdoch with the opportunity to establish the like-minded Lachlan as his clear heir.