What this week's shock high court ruling means for media on both sides of the Tasman
Mark Zuckerberg is among the tech evangelists talking up a future of fully interconnected networks and virtual worlds. But is that a future for the rest of us to look forward to?
The New Zealand-born co-founder of the newsletter publishing startup tells Hal Crawford how he gave up writing to focus on supporting other writers.
In the face of global media mega-mergers, could NZ lead the world with a government-funded public video platform?
Internet search is like air: it’s free, and it’s everywhere. There’s a guy in California who would like to change that.
He's 23 years old, lives in a shared Wellington flat, and is this country's most successful Roblox game developer by far.
The Australian legislation is crumby, but the response from Zuckerberg is something else.
The veteran tech giant has waded into the war between Facebook, Google and the Australian government – and may emerge the ultimate victor.
The extraordinary adventure that is Australia’s attempt to make Facebook and Google pay for news has reached its climax.
Facebook's threat to pull out of news in Australia is the latest salvo in an increasingly bitter battle over who owns the news – and who should fund its production.
Hal Crawford is the head of news at Mediaworks, owners of Three and RadioLive. He has been here for two years and still has no idea why our TV is such an absolute mess.