Ajay Rochester, former host of Network Ten's successful reality show The Biggest Loser, has lashed out after season one winner Adro Sarnelli allegedly called her "massive".
Two and a Half Men actor, Angus T. Jones, says that the show is "filth" and is pleading viewers to stop watching.
Call me Captain Cranky: Danny J. Palmer unleashed on last week's announcement of a deal between Fox Sports and SBS to share A-League and Socceroos coverage for the next four years.
The Seven Network's reality show The Amazing Race has picked up an International Emmy Award.
News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch has tweeted his way into a storm by suggesting that the 'Jewish owned press' is biased against Israel in its coverage of the ongoing Gaza conflict.
This time, as it's been more than a week, Danny J. Palmer reviews Nine's coverage of the Olympics, the NRL rights deal, and gives certain people medals.
Former News of the World editors Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks are among eight to be charged with phone-hacking offences by Britain's Crown Prosecution Service.
Gina Rinehart has sold 3.7 per cent of her stake in Fairfax in an attempt to resolve the impasse in negotiations with the company's board of directors.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been served with an order to present himself to a London police station. The 40-year-old Australian had been staying at Ecuador's embassy.
British police say that Julian Assange may be arrested for breaching his bail, after the Wikileaks founder sought asylum at Ecuador's London embassy on Tuesday.
Former British prime minister Gordon Brown launched a blistering attack on Rupert Murdoch and his empire at the Leveson inquiry on Monday.
Fairfax Media's decision to shift the editorial production of the Newcastle Herald to New Zealand is a slap in the face to the local media force.
British journalist Jeremy Paxman has revealed that media heavyweight Piers Morgan gave him a basic lesson on how to hack telephones.
Ex-News of the World editor Andy Coulson has admitted that he may have had access to top secret state documents while working at Downing Street.
ACMA is reviewing the British parliamentary committee report which described News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch as 'not fit' to lead an international company.