How to regulate social media
A report from the Helen Clark Foundation is calling on the Government to take a closer look at the rules governing social media companies.
Calling Christchurch from Paris
It’s unclear what Ardern and Macron will come up with at the Paris conference on social media dubbed the ‘Christchurch Call’.
Guyon Espiner: What I won’t apologise for
Morning Report co-host Guyon Espiner explains why he’s leaving the show and why he won’t say sorry for using te reo Maori and interrupting politicians.
A newspaper responds to terror in its patch
The Christchurch terrorist attack prompts a frank admission and a pledge from the editor of the city’s daily paper.
Hark the Herald Paywall
Our second biggest news site is about to start charging readers $199 a year to access its best content. It needs the money and has to make this paywall work, Tim Murphy writes.
Media drops the ball on Sri Lanka terror coverage
Experts urge caution in reporting unverified claims when covering volatile and evolving stories on terror attacks.
NZME radio is all Talk
NewstalkZB is the big, hands-down winner in the latest commercial radio ratings - matched by its rivals only in Wellington where it was first equal with The Breeze.
John Campbell’s roving days over
The move of TVNZ’s high-paid star John Campbell to an off-peak and studio-bound role hosting Breakfast is baffling, Mark Jennings writes.