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May 1, 2012

Idiot’s Guide to the Convergence Review: the principles

So the Convergence Review report is big -- very big, in number of pages and in implications.

Margaret Simons

Journalist, author and director of the Centre for Advanced Journalism

So the Convergence Review report is big — very big, in number of pages and in implications. We live in an increasingly media-enabled world, and the recommendations emerging from this seminal review will impact on  just about every aspect of our lives over the decades to come.

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  1. shepherdmarilyn

    Google and Youtube are taking down content.

    Two stories now show why media need to be brought into line to tell the truth and nothing but the truth.

    Chris Pyne was meeting with Slippers staff on 19 March and claims it was a normal thing to do. It is not and never has been normal in off weeks for MP’s to meet with staff from other offices.

    The rort “”scandal”is 10 years old.

    Craig Thomson was not under a cloud or being investigated which one call to one member of the HSU would have verified.

    Much easier and lazier for the media never to check anything though.

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