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East West Link dead in the water

Crikey readers talk Victoria’s East West Link and Queensland’s spotty sexual health record.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: dross on main channels, gold on digital

Nine’s night in metro and regional markets. Ten was third in the metros but the ABC topped it in the regions, forcing Ten back to fourth. Once again it was a pretty average night of viewing — The Block Glasshouse was most watched program simply because there was very little competition on other networks. It had 1.762 […]

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Media briefs: Sharp v Armytage … Betting on sponsorship … Dark forces …

Sunrise host Samantha Armytage has hit back at a piece she says tries to fat-shame her. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Industry jobs data unpacked … an expensive ethical question … history repeating in the Catholic Church …

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Crikey says: democracy the real winner in Scotland

Keane: why yesterday’s terror raids need closer scrutiny. Scotland on a knife-edge but unionism pulling ahead. Eminem threatens to sue as New Zealand’s bizarre election campaign comes to a head. Rundle reviews Garner’s This House of Grief. ‘No negotiation possible’: what next for IS. GetUp’s ice cream for climate activists. Frumpygate: the Tele’s Annette Sharp goes Samantha Armytage … again. News Corp accuses Google of piracy. And is the NFL still worth $1bn to Nine?

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About those deleted tweets …

Crikey readers talk new anti-terror laws, and Barry O’Farrell explains that deleted tweet.

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Media briefs: Figments of Devine’s imagination … Stanley cops it … Mission accomplished …

It took a while, but Wendy Bacon has hit back at that Miranda Devine article. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings: a race to the bottom for reality TV

Once again we saw the metro/regional split emerge, though Seven was much closer in the metros last night, despite the prominence of the The Block Glasshouse. Seven clearly won the regions, while in the metros, Seven won overall, but lost the main channels by 0.2%. The Block Glasshouse had 1.794 million national/ 1.167 million metro/ […]

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Tips and rumours

Goodbye Mie Freedom — we hardly knew ye … aye or Nay is no easy poll … time to invest in firearms …

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Crikey says: indigenous recognition should wait

A Crikey investigation: how the states are bankrolled by big gambling, mining and property. Leslie Nassar’s guide to fake Twitter. Tabloid terror buries security debate. Why Fairfax is running Putin propaganda. How the Greens are profiting from war. Keane on the real housing crisis. Bacon: feminism not a protection racket. Mayne tilts at Fairfax board. Razer: in defence of Miss America. The death of Mie Freedom. And Cory Bernardi’s burqa fetish.

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iSentia index: war, politics and Kimye

War managed to trump celebrity gossip this week, but only just.

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Carlton: Henderson could keep the Press Council busy

Mike Carlton writes on Gerard Henderson, and Crikey readers talk defence ministers past and the NBN losers.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Brilliant Creatures and lacklustre ratings

Brilliant Creatures on ABC was wonderful, brilliant TV. It what TV is all about  — explaining, elucidating and entertaining the audience — and there is more to come. It had 846,000 national/ 615,000 metro/ 231,000 regional viewers. It explained an important part of Australian cultural history with four of smartest, most entertaining, and at times frustrating minds this country […]

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Media briefs: Bendigo Advertises … Rupert on Scotland … farewell Margaret and David …

How the ABC squashed Peter Ford’s exclusive. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Gruen heads to PM&C … Queensland Health can’t keep up … it’s time for government reviews …

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Crikey says: Cheney knew Iraq was a ‘quagmire’

Journalists face jail for security breaches as reviewers back Brandis. ABC board breaks silence on cuts. Melbourne’s East West Link ‘stone dead’ under Labor? Not so fast, say legal experts. Luke Buckmaster: why the future looks bright post Margaret and David. Queensland Health caught with their pants down? MPs under pressure as Abbott counts KPIs. TV and newspaper advertising in freefall. Ken Henry says we can boost productivity and wages. And Gerard Henderson gets served.

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Do we really need submarines?

Crikey readers have their say on the return to Iraq, submarines and a technicality of premiership.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Seven wins by a narrow margin

Just another Monday night and despite another very solid night, The Block Glasshouse wasn’t as dominant as the figures would suggest. It had 2.133 million national/ 1.507 million metro/ 625,000 regional viewers. With that sized audience, you would have thought Nine won the night by a mile — it didn’t. It certainly had a good win in […]

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Media briefs: Nancy to Press Council … MEAA seeks chief … Digital revenues …

Kate Durham says she’ll take Gerard Henderson to the Press Council. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Keeping tabs on security on high alert … the legends of the Victorian Bar … getting the kids to vote any way possible …

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Crikey says: our so-called housing bubble a supply problem

Keane: where’s the Defence Minister? Why Iraq might just save David Johnston’s skin. George Brandis’ existential crisis. The US congressman sexting for votes. How newspapers spin their readership figures. The loophole that could sink the NBN. Essential: Coalition bleeding votes on key issues. Mamamia expands. Gerard Henderson (and his dog) to the Press Council. Razer on Apple’s $100 million virus. And high terror alert: your tales from the front line.

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