Authorities have told a Senate committee they are looking at the role of foreign actors in Australia's anti-lockdown rallies.
Johansson’s complaint underscores what is likely to be an ongoing issue for Hollywood as studios increasingly look to release their films earlier online to boost the subscription revenue.
Malathi Nayak and Christopher Palmeri
Former Seven West Media boss David Leckie, who left an enduring mark on the media landscape, has passed away this morning after battling a long illness.
Troy de Ruyter
After months of plummeting ratings, Q+A host Hamish Macdonald has announced he is leaving the ABC and its flagship current affairs program.
Netflix, marking its first big move beyond TV shows and films, is planning an expansion into video games and has hired a former Electronic Arts and Facebook executive to lead the effort.
Lucas Shaw and Mark Gurman
From a touching reunion between a husband and wife through glass, to an act of defiance outside a burning restaurant in Minneapolis, these photos depict a word of both love and chaos.
Hello Sunshine is owned by Witherspoon and her partners, Seth Rodsky and Jim Toth. Toth is a former talent agent with Creative Artists Agency and is Witherspoon’s husband.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Hong Kong's head of government Carrie Lam and Hungarian PM Viktor Orban have been listed as "enemies of press freedom".
Talkback radio king Howard Sattler’s wife Despene reveals what it was like watching him battle the cruel disease that reduced him to a stranger.
Nine Entertainment has been slapped with fines totalling $159,840 for allegedly charging subscribers and advertisers ‘excessive payment surcharges’.
Danielle Le Messurier
Following hot on the heels of the closure last week of pro-democracy Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily, the tabloid's publisher is to cease trading.
Liberal MP Andrew Laming is suing ABC investigative journalist Louise Milligan after she deleted "defamatory" tweets but didn't apologise.
An editor and columnist for the pro-democracy Apple Daily newspaper has been arrested on suspicion of foreign collusion while trying to leave Hong Kong.
Seven West Media has announced a new look and feel for its free suburban newspapers that will leverage WA’s most popular news website.
BuzzFeed will become a publicly traded company with an implied value of $US1.5 billion through a merger with a special purpose acquisition company.
Activists in Hong Kong are backing up articles from the closed pro-democracy tabloid Apple Daily, making them available on secure blockchain digital platforms.
Hong Kong’s most vocal pro-democracy newspaper has printed its last edition after a stormy year in which its owner and other staff were arrested under a new national security law, presenting a ‘chilling effect’ for press freedom.
Sharon Abratique and Jessie Pang
A clear majority of people across countries believed news outlets should reflect a range of views and try to be neutral, a new report has revealed.
Australians are reading less news on Facebook and may pay to read stories if they know the media industry's financial woes, a study has found.
Perth’s talkback radio king was laid to rest to the tunes of Frank Sinatra at a packed service at Karrakatta.
The Queensland government is moving closer to laws designed to protect journalists from revealing their whistleblower sources.
Shares in Seven West Media surged today after the multi-media giant reported a lofty earnings forecast, positive trading in the fourth quarter and continued strong demand for its digital content.
Queensland publishers will be protected from defamation actions if they can prove they published in the public interest, after new laws were passed.
Shares in broadcaster Seven have surged by more than 22 per cent after the company raised its full-year earnings forecast .
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