News Corp Australia

Australian media conglomerate headquartered in Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales

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News Corp Australia is one of Australia's largest media conglomerates, employing more than 8,000 staff nationwide and approximately 3,000 journalists. The group's interests span newspaper and magazine publishing, Internet, subscription television, market research, DVD and film distribution, and film and television production trading assets. News Pty Limited is the holding company of the group.


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Home Affairs Secretary Michael Pezzullo called AFP Deputy Commissioner Neil Gaughan to congratulate him on the raid of a News Corp journalist's house.
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AFP raids: Peter Dutton rejects calls to drop leak cases against media

Peter Dutton has rejected calls from media chiefs to drop police investigations into journalists at the ABC and News Corp over leaked government information.
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Press freedom put on alert by 'unlikely coalition of the willing'

ABC managing director David Anderson, Nine chief executive Hugh Marks and News Corp Australia chairman Michael Miller have urged action on protecting press freedom.
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Journalism, and our freedoom, have never been so imperiled: a media chief's alarm

A speech by the Nine Entertainment chief executive, who joined the the heads of the ABC and News Corp Australia on Wednesday to defend media freedom.
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ABC, News Corp to challenge AFP warrants

The ABC has launched legal action over the police raid on its Sydney headquarters, while News Corp Australia has flagged a legal challenge of its own.
SBS - Published

'Jesus, am I going to be next?': Press freedom under attack

Last week many were disturbed to see the Australian Federal Police raiding News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst and the ABC using the fig leaf of protecting our national security.
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Politicians' texts safe from raid: report

An AFP officer who raided News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst's home was reportedly told to remove text exchanges with politicians from evidence.
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Scott Morrison denies government involvement in AFP raids on ABC and News Corp journalist

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the government has had no involvement in police raids on the ABC and News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst.
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Australian media decry raids on national broadcaster ABC and News Corp

Australian police raided the offices of the national broadcaster on Wednesday over allegations it had published classified material, the second raid on a media outlet in two days, prompting complaints..
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