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Articles by David Salter

Vindictive, self-serving tosh: the Oz v the Press Council a phoney war

They sky is not falling, and the Australian media world will continue to turn despite News Corp picking a fight with the Press Council.

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Recycled rhetoric: Mark Scott echoes the ghosts of ABC’s past

You know what they say: The more things change, the more the ABC commits to dodgy, recycled restructures doomed to failure.

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Bias and the ABC: a never-ending story with some concessions

The News Corporation attacks on the ABC are as frequent as they are predictable. But there are some concessions Aunty could make to reduce perceptions of bias.

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The legacy of Bill Peach, a gentleman broadcaster

Vale Bill Peach, an endearing, down-to-earth, genuinely friendly personality backed by a deep knowledge of world affairs and Australian history.

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Quiet, please! Grunting tennis players are simply cheating

There’s a very clear rule in the International Tennis Federation that says if a player is hindering the play — even unintentionally — the point should be replayed. So why aren’t the female players who grunt getting in trouble?

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After six years in exile, why Dempster can’t sit on the ABC board

Quentin Dempster is banned from taking up the reinstated staff-elected board position at the ABC after a six-year fight to return due to a legislative clause that nobody picked up on.

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A curious balance: how Jones and 2GB snowed ACMA

Alan Jones will get a fact-checker in an agreement between his station 2GB and the media regulator. But will that make any difference to how he operates?

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Media Watch cops some self-inflicted sour medicine

The media regulator’s mediation of Media Watch v The Daily Telegraph asks important questions about the ABC program, writes former Media Watch EP David Salter.

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