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News Corp cuts jobs, brings in McKinsey for restructure

News Corp cuts jobs, brings in McKinsey for restructure

News Corp has made a large number of staff in its commercial division redundant.

  • by Zoe Samios

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Meet the woman driving Spotify Australia’s push into podcasts

Meet the woman driving Spotify Australia’s push into podcasts

Mikaela Lancaster is a self described “big podcast fan” and since taking over as head of Spotify Australia she’s been on a mission to extend the subscription service from beyond music to audio more broadly.

  • by Cara Waters
‘Doubt we’ll see his like again’: Stories from fabled media boss David Leckie’s world

‘Doubt we’ll see his like again’: Stories from fabled media boss David Leckie’s world

Kerry Stokes says there won’t be an executive like David Leckie again because the world is now “too woke”.

  • by Zoe Samios
Netflix reality series ‘Byron Baes’ hits trademark snag

Netflix reality series ‘Byron Baes’ hits trademark snag

Byron Baes, the first Australian reality series from global streaming giant Netflix, has hit another obstacle.

  • by Zoe Samios
Vikings, Bon Jovi and family cuddles: The simple pleasures of Michelle Rowland

Vikings, Bon Jovi and family cuddles: The simple pleasures of Michelle Rowland

Michelle Rowland’s almost spent her first pay packet on a Bon Jovi album. These days she’s trying to curb an online shopping obsession.

  • by Lisa Visentin
The invisible hand behind the Tokyo Olympics

The invisible hand behind the Tokyo Olympics

It’s not an official sponsor of the Olympics. It will remain invisible to the millions of viewers who begin tuning in this week. But without it, the Tokyo Games could not have happened.

  • by Ben Dooley and Hisako Ueno
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Herald and The Age journalists finalists in Kennedy Awards for excellence in journalism

Herald and The Age journalists finalists in Kennedy Awards for excellence in journalism

The outstanding reporting of journalists from The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age is being recognised with 14 of the mastheads’ reporters, photographers and cartoonists named as finalists in the 10th annual Kennedy Awards.

Hamish Macdonald to rejoin Ten’s The Project after quitting ABC’s Q+A

Hamish Macdonald to rejoin Ten’s The Project after quitting ABC’s Q+A

The 40-year-old will embark on his third stint with Ten after 18 months at the ABC, in a role that will combine presenting and reporting.

  • by Karl Quinn
Seven’s Bruce McWilliam pays tribute to David Leckie, the man ‘almost born for TV’

Seven’s Bruce McWilliam pays tribute to David Leckie, the man ‘almost born for TV’

In his own words, Seven’s longtime commercial director and top lawyer remembers a man he knew better than almost anyone else.

  • by Bruce McWilliam
‘Big Wave (Dave)’: Vale David Leckie 1951-2021

‘Big Wave (Dave)’: Vale David Leckie 1951-2021

Former Seven and Nine boss David John Leckie was one of Australia’s most feared, admired and beloved television executives.

  • by Zoe Samios and Miriam Steffens
The one piece of advice that gets Amanda Keller through brekkie radio

The one piece of advice that gets Amanda Keller through brekkie radio

Amanda Keller would kill for a snooze. But there’s one piece of advice that gets her up for work at the crack of dawn every day.

  • by Zoe Samios