There’s more than 850,000 podcasts active today but this number could get a lot higher.
Australian listeners flocked to podcasts during the pandemic and experts say momentum will only grow.
We investigate how TikTok and WeChat are the newest social media platforms being used by politicians.
WA’s arts and culture sector is in crisis, and the state government is being urged to do more.
The 2022 Edelman Trust Barometer shows a sharp decline in media trust from 2021.
A Curtin mathematician has received $1 million to research misinformation.
WA Swim schools may be forced to close their disability programs due to a lack of government funding. This may include the Angelfish program.
A High Court ruling on social media comment liability has significant ramifications for all publishers, not just media organisations.
Experts say conspiracy theories pose a danger to society, but what can be done about them?
Film photography is rolling faster than ever, but production companies can’t keep up.
Experts are pushing to expose the misconceptions social media has created surrounding online sex work.
Journalism education is responding to challenges facing the media industry, and changing attitudes towards news.
The original leader of Perth’s first commercial FM radio station has returned to celebrate its 40th birthday.
It’s exploded since COVID, but experts are warning about the addictive problems from too much TikTok.
Experts and former consultants warn online marketing work can be costly and cult-like.
What does social media mean for the public sphere and democracy?
The international war on media freedom makes the AAP Newswire service critical, not only in Australia but also in the Pacific region.