News Corp Australia

Not really. Just looking at some of the stuff they post to YT in terms of their news and there’s always a right-ish slant/skew to it.

If Sky/News Corpse wants to be an apologist for that sleaze Lehrmann then they deserve all the vitriol they get.


After 15 years my final column in the @australian (paywall) 👇 #auspol

— Dr Peter van Onselen (@vanOnselenP) April 19, 2024

To be fair, the judge was excoriating of The Project and Wilkinson. The fact Ten walked away gloating about its journalism was somewhat bizarre given the judge’s comments.


That’s because they’re catering to the right-leaning audience their YT channel has cultivated over the last few years.

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The Guardian Australia reports journalist Chris Uhlmann is joining The Australian as a columnist, and will “address subjects as diverse as Christianity and philosophy, Aukus and the net zero transition”. That comes after he joined Sky News a couple of weeks ago.

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Perfect fit.

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That is… not surprising

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Fiscal 2024 Third Quarter Key Financial Highlights

  • Third quarter revenues were $2.42 billion, a 1% decrease compared to $2.45 billion in the prior year, reflecting a $21 million, or 1%, negative impact from foreign currency fluctuations. Adjusted Revenues were flat compared to the prior year
  • Net income in the quarter was $42 million, compared to net income of $59 million in the prior year
  • Third quarter Total Segment EBITDA was $322 million, compared to $320 million in the prior year
  • In the quarter, reported EPS were $0.05 as compared to $0.09 in the prior year – Adjusted EPS were $0.11 compared to $0.09 in the prior year
  • At the Dow Jones segment, professional information business revenues grew 10% compared to the prior year, driven by the continued success of Risk & Compliance and Dow Jones Energy, which each grew 15%
  • Dow Jones achieved its highest sequential quarterly net additions for digital subscriptions of 322 thousand, reaching over 5 million Dow Jones digital subscriptions for the quarter
  • REA Group posted strong results with quarterly revenues of $256 million, a 15% increase compared to the prior year, primarily driven by robust Australian residential performance

National deputy sports editor and lead editor of Indigenous Sport Week Tim Morrissey:

“This year, we are also incorporating elements of Aboriginal artist and former Olympic boxer Paul Fleming’s artwork Walking Together into our campaign. Paul’s artwork, which will feature on every Australian Olympian’s competition uniform in Paris, draws inspiration from the power of the Olympic Games to bring all people together as one. As he explains: ‘We’re all athletes and it doesn’t matter where you come from.’”

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