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What’s happening with China?

Crikey readers talk Clive Palmer, China and the foundational texts of Western civilisation.

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Media briefs: Kate’s prophesy … fashion victims … Economist cures haemorrhoids …

Kate McClymont did say this would happen. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: ABC’s comedy lineup fails to keep viewers

Seven’s night in metro and regional markets overall and in the main channels in the metros. It was yet another night where the offerings underwhelmed the audience. Ten was third in the metros, but sank to fourth in the regions. In fact’s Ten’s main channel share (where most viewing takes place) fell from a sort […]

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Tips and rumours

Bloodletting at Art Gallery of NSW … Hywood drives in style … Obeid book not quite off the shelves …

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Kaspar Wowser

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Crikey says: why we published leaked News Corp accounts

Inside News Corp, the fallout: News sends in the lawyers, Crikey’s intrepid reporter meets CEO Julian Clarke, how News stacks up against Fairfax. Plus: why Australians can fight for the IDF. Keane on our preoccupation with terrorism. Glenn Stevens does the vision thing better than Hockey. Staff boned at the Art Gallery of NSW. Obeid off the shelves over ‘mistaken identity’. Deja vu as the ABC restructures. And Greg Hywood’s hot ride.

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Different names for the same thing

Crikey readers share their thoughts on the state of NSW Labor and the impact the church has on current affairs.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a surprising viewer boost for Seven

Nine’s night in the  metros and regionals. It was a less than enthusing night, except for the solid debut of The War That Changed Us on ABC at 8.30pm with 734,000 national/ 505,000 metro/ 229,000 regional viewers. It demanded more. A fine production with good storytelling, using the soldier’s words from diaries and letters. I hope […]

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Media briefs: News v Palmer (again) … Lambo … ACMA rules against Laws

The Oz and Clive Palmer battle continues. And other media tidbits of the day.

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iSentia Index: offhand comments dog the big men of parliament

Another shocker of a week for the federal and NSW state governments, with ill-thought-out statements and ICAC raising the ire of the public.

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Tips and rumours

Government appointments in the family … NSW Police wins the Fail Award … Vic Young Labor plays the Hunger Games

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Crikey says: leaked News Corp docs reveal awful truth

Inside News Corp: exclusive leaked documents show the real state of the company: circulation, staff and profits haemorrhaging, advertisers jumping ship, the Oz a protected species. Plus: Lambie is right — a clash with China is coming. The shadowy entity devouring Sydney’s land. Keane on draconian new spy provisions. Victorian Young Labor’s feral factions. Why Muslims are boycotting SBS Insight. And the Tele’s racist gag.

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What we will lose if Scotland becomes independent

Crikey readers talk Tony Abbott, Scottish independence and the budget emergency.

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Media briefs: Palmer’s papers … anonymous sources … damn those bookies …

It’s not the first time Palmer’s spoken of starting a newspaper. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Palmer boosts ratings for Q&A

Nine’s night overwhelmingly in the metros. The Block Glasshouse was tops in metros and nationally, and second behind The X Factor in the regions — which didn’t do well in the metros. The Block had 1.850 million national/ 1.280 million metro/ 570,000 regional viewers while The X Factor’s results episode had 1.653 million national/ 1.077 million metro/ […]

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Tips and rumours

GetUp! gets the dough … Welfare in detention centres? … Ice buckets for MND …

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Bureau of Regret: when spammers attack

Border Force and Team Australia couldn’t save Scott Morrison from a Twitter hacking over the weekend.

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Budget emergency needs to be addressed

Crikey readers talk metadata and the budget emergency.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a slow slide in ratings for new reality shows

Nine’s night in the metro markets but Seven’s in the regions, where its slate of programs (especially The X Factor, the news and Sunday Night) proved a touch more popular than in the big cities. For Ten, it was back to the bad old days with its main channel share in metro markets falling to just 8.9% […]

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Media briefs: Emmo v Bolt … bad news for News Corp … Vive la revolution! …

Andrew Bolt got more than he bargained for when he invited Craig Emerson on the Bolt Report. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Bring me the head of …

*Kaspar Wowser is a Launceston-based collective.

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Tips and rumours

BHP staff taken by surprise by demerger news … Bob Day goes with Sussan … Letters falling off a cliff …

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Crikey says: Robertson must stand aside

Scott Morrison’s late-night Twitter outburst. Dole-bludging Muslims? Not really. Bernard Keane on the real taxpayer-funded terrorists. Govt always meant to kill the RET. Press Council responds to Oz jihad. Poll Bludger crunches Newcastle numbers as Libs bow out. SBS Dateline to be scrapped? Rundle on the evolution of Tony Abbott. Alarm at Ten after actual debate makes it through the Bolt filter. And Family First’s Bob Day gets hip with the kids.

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