Who is editor of The West Australian?
- Who is editor of The West Australian?
- How do I contact the West Australian newspaper?
- Does Murdoch own West Australian?
- Who owns WA today?
- WHO publishes The West Australian?
- Who owns the Australian?
- Who reads the West Australian?
- How do I cancel my West Australian newspaper?
- Who is 7 News owned by?
- Does Murdoch own the Australian?
- Is the West Australian left or right?
- Who was the editor of the West Australian?
- Who was the longest serving newspaper editor in Australia?
- When did the West Australian become a daily newspaper?
- Who are the columnists for the West Australian?
Who is editor of The West Australian?
Anthony De Ceglie
West Australian Newspapers editor-in-chief Anthony De Ceglie wins third Walkley Award | The West Australian.
How do I contact the West Australian newspaper?
1800 811 855
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Does Murdoch own West Australian?
The Sunday Times, which publishes one day a week and is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp and the West Australian, which publishes Monday to Saturday and is owned by Kerry Stokes’ Seven West Media. …
Who owns WA today?
WAtoday is an online newspaper, focusing its coverage on Perth and Western Australia. It was established on 10 June 2008, and is owned by Fairfax Digital (now Nine Publishing, under Nine Entertainment Co).
WHO publishes The West Australian?
Seven West Media
The West Australian
|Owner(s)||Seven West Media|
|Editor||Anthony De Ceglie|
|Founded||5 January 1833|
Who owns the Australian?
Parent companies. The Australian is published by News Corp Australia, an asset of News Corp, which also owns the sole daily newspapers in Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, and Darwin, and the most circulated metropolitan daily newspapers in Sydney and Melbourne. News Corp’s Chairman and Founder is Rupert Murdoch.
Who reads the West Australian?
Across an average month 3.7 million people read Seven West Media WA’s print/digital news-mastheads* (+ 170,000 readers year on year) including 84% of West Australians – the highest state market reach of any cross platform masthead in the country.
How do I cancel my West Australian newspaper?
2.2 You may change, stop or defer a debit payment, or terminate this agreement by providing us with at least seven (7 days) notification in writing to: West Australian Newspapers Limited, Subscriber Services, PO Box 1743, Osborne Park DC, WA 6916; or by phoning us on 1800 811 855 during business hours; or arranging it …
Who is 7 News owned by?
Seven West Media Limited
The Seven Network (commonly known as Channel Seven or simply Seven) is a major Australian commercial free-to-air television network. It is owned by Seven West Media Limited, and is one of five main free-to-air television networks in Australia. The network’s headquarters are located in Sydney.
Does Murdoch own the Australian?
Until the formation of News Corporation in 1979, News Limited was the principal holding company for the business interests of Rupert Murdoch and his family. Since then, News Limited had been wholly owned by News Corporation….News Corp Australia.
Is the West Australian left or right?
The West is the second-oldest continuously produced newspaper in Australia, having been published since 1833. The West tends to have conservative leanings, and has mostly supported the Liberal–National Party Coalition. It has Australia’s largest share of market penetration (84% of WA) of any newspaper in the country.
Who was the editor of the West Australian?
PAUL Armstrong, the controversial editor of The West Australian newspaper, has been sacked. PAUL Armstrong, the controversial editor of The West Australian newspaper, has been sacked. Newly installed editor-in-chief Bob Cronin broke the news to staff at the monopoly Perth daily newspaper just after 6pm yesterday.
Who was the longest serving newspaper editor in Australia?
Murray was the longest serving newspaper editor in Australia when he resigned in February 2000. Murray was born in Mount Lawley in 1950, and grew up in the eastern Perth suburb of Guildford in the Swan Valley.
When did the West Australian become a daily newspaper?
On 18 November 1879, it was relaunched as The West Australian. In October 1883, production was increased to three editions per week; two years later it became a daily publication. The proprietors of the West Australian at that time also inaugurated the Western Mail, in 1885.
Who are the columnists for the West Australian?
SWM also publish two websites from Osborne Park including thewest.com.au and PerthNow. Opinion columnists now include Jenna Clarke, Lanai Scarr, Paul Murray, Sarah-Jane Tasker, and Andrew Bolt. The daily newspaper includes lift-outs including Play Magazine, The Guide, West Weekend, and Body and Soul.