The biggest newspapers in Australia have seen their shares rise in recent weeks.
But which ones are worth your attention?
The three largest Australian newspapers are all owned by the Murdochs, who own more than 50 per cent of Fairfax Media.
These are Fairfax, The Australian, and News Limited.
News Limited is owned by News Corporation, the largest privately held media company in the world, with a stake in more than 90 per cent.
These three newspapers are owned by Rupert Murdoch and the other two owners are each worth between $3.5 billion and $6 billion.
The rest of the country’s papers are owned in a similar way.
The Sydney Morning Herald is owned in the US by News Corp, which is owned primarily by the family of Murdochs.
News Ltd owns the Brisbane Herald and the Melbourne Courier Mail.
The Australian, on the other hand, is owned mainly by Fairfax and News Corp. Fairfax owns a minority stake in the Australian.
The ABC is owned wholly by News Limited, while News Corporation owns the rest of News Corp’s media empire.
The Guardian is owned mostly by News Australia and News Corporation.
News Corp owns the Australian, The Drum, and The Age.
In the US, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post are owned mainly or entirely by News Ltd and the rest is owned predominantly or entirely in a diversified ownership structure with a large number of smaller papers.
The Wall Street Review and the Financial Times are owned mostly or entirely jointly by News International and the remaining newspapers.
In Australia, the Sydney Morning Mail is owned largely or entirely, by News of the World.
The Melbourne Daily Telegraph is owned partly or wholly by the News Corporation newspaper group.
The Brisbane Herald is largely or completely owned by Murdoch’s News Limited group, with Murdoch’s two sons, James and James Murdoch, owning a small stake.