Foxtel and Seven West Media have reportedly won the partnership rights to broadcast the cricket, which will result in a swag of blockbuster Big Bash matches being shown exclusively on pay-TV.
If you don't want targeted ads on your news feed then you'll have to pay for it, says Mark Zuckerberg.
Australia's summer of tennis is heading to Channel 9, with the network outbidding long-time broadcaster Seven in a whopping $300 million deal.
Brand partners are quickly distancing themselves from Cricket Australia, and players Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft, as the commercial toll of the ball-tampering scandal becomes clearer.
The Facebook CEO has admitted to 'mistakes' over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, but with lawmakers breathing down his neck has failed to explain why it took a media probe for the company to finally investigate the Big Data firm.
Ralph Peters was 'long proud' of his association with Fox News, now the colourful commentator is just 'ashamed'.
Facebook's inaction over the illegal harvesting of data from 50 million unsuspecting users has caused uproar, and authorities want answers from CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Rihanna is the latest A-list celebrity to damage the reputation of Snapchat, after she shamed the under-fire social media app for an ad which seems to mock domestic violence.
The former Los Angeles Laker’s Dear Basketball won an Academy Award for best animated short film, continuing a trend towards sports stars taking charge of their own media narratives.
In a week, Vero has gone from obscurity to the hottest app in social media. But its rise in popularity has been matched by the shady business dealings of its founder.
An inquiry has begun to ascertain what personal information the tech giants are gathering on their Australian consumers.
Couples looking to get hitched in Sin City this Valentine's Day can get their licences at the baggage collection area next to a 24-hour flower vending machine and bottle shop.
A 'lady-friendly' Doritos concept has been slammed as sexist for what appears to be an underlying belief that women need to be more quiet and cause less mess while munching on the popular snack.
Tourism Australia's prank movie teasers were so good, its American viewers are demanding the film gets made.
A game reserve body in Namibia has produced a tongue-in-cheek video promoting the nation as the number one "s***hole country" in Africa.
Donald Trump is expected to reveal the winners of his "dishonesty and bad reporting" awards on January 17, and comedians Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah have done everything within their power to be recognised for leading the public astray.
The Fed Express has tried to shrug off red hot favouritism for the Australian Open, but individual sport's greatest ever prize-money earner has his work cut out doing so.
Two Sydney musos are taking Sheeran to court, accusing the pop-star of plagiarising their chart-topping song almost "note-for-note".
After big-name companies recently pulled advertising with the Google-owned platform, YouTube is set to spend big to better control its content.
IKEA is under fire over a controversial TV advertisement in China. The Swedish retail giant pulled the advert, which has...
Facebook and Google are being accused of aiding a scare campaign and influencing the 2016 presidential race.
Hustler publisher wants Trump out of the White House, so he's asked the public to dish the dirt to get him impeached.
Australian free-to-air TV will be without family favourites The Simpsons and Modern Family, as fallout over the Ten Network’s ownership sees 21st Century Fox back away.
Blend 17 is said to be a tribute to Vegemite inventor Cyril Callister, who is understood to have experimented with a number of different blends before settling on the spread that 'puts a rose in every cheek'.
Bauer Media will appeal the record-breaking defamation payout it was ordered to pay Rebel Wilson in September.
The Facebook ad, which depicts a black woman becoming a white woman after using a Dove product, has been pilloried on social media for being racist.
Lincoln Lewis, Nick Cummins and Teigan Nash will replace Hollywood megastar Chris Hemsworth as the new faces of Australian tourism.