The journalists union has issued the following statement:
• Nine’s Hugh Marks and Fairfax’s Greg Hywood on ACCC decision and merger plans
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has detailed its reasons for the green light here:
The field of cars will cover more than 20,000km during the week of testing.
It features a range of executions that assert why trusted journalism is important for advertisers.
• Domain update disappoints as market listings and auction volumes drop
Fairfax’s Stuff and NZME proposed a merger plan which the Court of Appeal rejected in September.
The upcoming edition, features a lavishly illustrated cover story, Dream Liner
The ACCC invited members of the public to have their say on the $2 billion-plus takeover.
Applications will open in October for the program of annual grants totalling as much as $30,000.
The newsroom was ‘shocked’ by the recent merger news, Cormack tells Mediaweek
• Below are the highlights from the full year results:
Auditions are open for 10’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette
TV guide: October highlights for Stan
Ratings Report: The Ashes delivers big results for Nine
TV Guide: The Bachelor Australia’s final rose on 10
Jan Fran to host ABC’s OzPod 2019 Melbourne conference
TEG farewells Anton Berezin and Theresa Borg after three years