Journalism

Jan 13, 2012

Mark Latham’s Tele complaint to the Press Council

Today Crikey reproduces Mark Latham’s complaint to the Press COuncil.

Margaret Simons

Journalist, author and director of the Centre for Advanced Journalism

Of the increasing number of complaints over media practice lodged with the Australian Press Council — they’ve more than doubled, as Crikey reports today — perhaps the highest-profile example is from the former leader of the opposition, Mark Latham.

That complaint has been the subject of a fair bit of follow-up publicity and commentary, including from Latham himself in Spectator Magazine, from Crikey and from our firm friend Gerard Henderson. Today Crikey reproduces Latham’s complaint in full.

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  1. Edward James

    Not too hard to lodge a complaint when it is laid out like this, but many of the people slighted by newspapers haven’t a clue about how to go about getting redress. Edward James

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