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Drop or scoop? Hun gets the jump on East West Link business case

The Age’s editor has slammed the Herald Sun for accepting what is “obviously a Coalition drop”, but the Herald Sun’s editor says that’s hypocritical.

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Media briefs: vale Aust Network … Bruce of Bondi … SBS chases ratings …

At midnight on Saturday, the ABC’s Australia Network will switch off. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Changing carbon price opinions … uncomfortable dates for student politicians … Courier Mail subs confusion …

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Let’s go to the tape: ethical quandries in Age dictaphone saga

You’d be hard-pressed to find a journalist who doesn’t record conversations, even if they are off-the-record. But ethically, it’s a grey area.

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Media briefs: escalators of decline (pt 3) … territorial borders … Holden on the Oz

Guy Rundle’s ever-watchful eye on the outpourings at Surry Hills. And other media tidbits of the day …

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Is East Jerusalem ‘occupied’ or ‘disputed’? Media organisations split on Israel/Palestine

George Brandis doesn’t like seeing the term ‘occupied’ used to refer to East Jerusalem. Where does that leave the nation’s journalists? Australia’s major media organisations are split on the issue.

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Andrew Holden crashes talking up The Age

Things didn’t exactly go peachy for The Age’s new editor-in-chief Andrew Holden, who gave an embarrassing interview on the Jon Faine program on ABC Melbourne yesterday morning.

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Media briefs: Ten’s death dance … Holden crashes … Green Oz critic …

In today’s Media Briefs: Who’ll tell Lachie his wife’s show must go? … Viewers record the election ads away … Front Page of the Day … Ten disappointed with Everybody Dance Now … Former BBC boss new NY Times’ President …

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Linnell’s masterplan hits home as Fairfax staff head for exit

Fairfax metro staff are bunkering down to hear their boss, Garry Linnell, outline what he says is “the most significant editorial transformation in this company’s history”.

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Who’s in charge at Fairfax? Age ed named, journos confused

As the key pieces continue to be shifted around the Fairfax chessboard, journalists remain confused about the rules of the game in the new era. Andrew Crook and Matthew Knott report.

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