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  • University of NSW Journalism and Media Research Centre associate professor David McKnight said the decision by News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch to close the News of the World showed how ruthless he could be.

    "This ruthlessness is also demonstrated by…

    Posted: 8th July 2011
  • CNN) -- The phone-tapping allegations that forced the closure of embattled British tabloid News of the World may have a damaging ripple effect across Rupert Murdoch's vast media empire, according to some analysts.

    Thursday's dramatic announcement that…

    Posted: 8th July 2011
  • “The closing of the News of the World is deeply symbolic. It was Rupert Murdoch’s first international purchase and it showed for the first time how ruthless he could be.

    This ruthlessness is also demonstrated by the closure. The closure…

    Posted: 8th July 2011
  • David McKnight, associate professor with UNSW's Journalism and Media Research Centre, and Kristy McSweeney, a political campaign consultant with CPR communications, discuss the week's news with Jane Hutcheon. ABC News - 2 July 2011.

    Posted: 2nd July 2011
  • The Australian working class was once oppressed by big business. Today it suffers under the yoke of actors and actresses. Associate Professor David McKnight, from UNSW’s Journalism and Media Research Centre, asks: "Is it just me, or have others…

    Posted: 3rd June 2011
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    Tony Abbott's out to protect ''working people'' from the evils of elite actresses.

    The Australian working class was once oppressed by big business. Today it suffers under the yoke of actors and actresses. Is it just me, or have others noticed…

    Posted: 2nd June 2011
  • A new report by UNSW’s Journalism and Media Research Centre argues that Australia’s media content regulation system is broken and that it is time for a full review to manage content in the 21st century.

    The report, The Adaptive Moment: A… (PDF)

    Posted: 26th May 2011
  • I was recently approached by a young journalist, who asked for my comments on the Feminist Porn Awards.

    In the course of the interview, she asked if I thought feminists should watch porn. I replied that watching porn is, to my mind a personal choice,…

    Posted: 26th May 2011
  • ELEANOR HALL: To sport and for some time the NRL has rolled out programs to try to improve player attitudes to women and drinking. But now one club is going a step further, putting its own administrative staff through their paces.

     LEXI…

    Posted: 10th May 2011
  • If one steps back and takes an holistic view of the $1.25 billion broadcasting rights deal the AFL struck with Seven Network, Foxtel and Telstra last week, what we are really seeing is the convergent future of digital media.

    With Foxtel showing all…

    Posted: 6th May 2011

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