ZM up as Mai falls out of bed
It’s rare in the commercial radio ratings for a MediaWorks music station to drop dramatically and for rival NZME to have a music brand really threatening to perform.
Countering hate speech from the dock
Both the judiciary and the media have weapons to combat any white supremacist ideology being spouted from the dock, as Brenton Tarrant heads towards his trial.
Paying for online news
The Detail today looks at newspaper paywalls - are people paying for what used to be given away?
The 100-day Presidential news drought
If you want to see a White House press briefing in progress these days, your best option is a Saturday Night Live spoof.
First Herald paywall audience numbers
The new Herald paywall has not deterred many people from visiting its website, but when they go there they are viewing fewer news stories.
China blocks Newsroom.co.nz
The Chinese Government has barred Newsroom.co.nz being accessed by its people as part of a Black Friday crackdown on foreign media.
Aussie media police raids create shockwaves
Australia is bracing itself for more federal raids on its media organisations and journalists after new laws open the door for police.
Chinese-language media told to promote Govt initiatives
NZ’s Chinese-language media attend conferences in China, where the state calls on them to spread its message.