Australia’s Telstra says will cut 1,400 jobs in cost-cutting drive

Telstra has confirmed it will cut 1,400 jobs within Australia as part of a cost-cutting initiative. Australia’s largest telecommunications and media company, Telstra Corporation Ltd, will shed about 1,400 jobs as part... Read more »
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales participates in the press

Wikipedia co-founder launches Wikitribune to fight fake news

The founder of online encyclopedia Wikipedia has announced plans for a crowd-funded news website offering stories by journalists and volunteers working together, an initiative he hopes will counter the spread of fake... Read more »
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) poses with Janna Jihad (L) after giving an award titled "brave heart journalist" to Jihad in Istanbul, Turkey on March 12, 2017. (Anadolu Agency )

10-year-old journalist Janna Jihad honoured with Award in Turkey

“I am very proud that I have managed to deliver Palestine’s message to Turkey and the world,” young Janna said Janna Jihad, a 10-year-old Palestinian girl, who highlights her country’s problems via... Read more »
New study shows staggering harassment and abuse numbers for Women in Australian Media

Women in Australian Media face abuse, suggests study

New study shows staggering harassment and abuse numbers for Women in Australian Media Women working in Australian media are facing intimidation at workplace including sexual harassment. This was an important revelation from... Read more »

Australia ranks third in global Digital Media use

Australia is the world’s third-highest consumer of digital media, with the average person spending 16.48 hours consuming it every week, according to a report by PQ Media. UK tops the ranking with... Read more »

FM Julie Bishop proud of Women achievements in Media

“Women in the Media have come a long way and are inspiring example for next generation” Women now account for more than 56 per cent of all journalists in Australia, surveys indicate... Read more »