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May 11, 2012

Idiot’s Guide to the Convergence Review: that’s a wrap

A week after the release of the Convergence Review, its principal author, Glen Boreham launched into an opinion piece.

Andrew Dodd

Media lecturer and journalist

A week after the release of the Convergence Review, its principal author, Glen Boreham launched into an opinion piece in The Australian with this observation:

“I did not expect quite so much misinformation.”

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  1. Gederts Skerstens

    “the rationale for not submitting the national broadcasters — the ABC and SBS — to the same rules.”
    Their politics are Correct. Nothing complicated about the Rationale.

    All probably academic, with a bit of luck.
    A new government, in for three or four continuous terms would have enough time to undo the damage of the past and reinstitute the standard democratic freedoms of free speech, freedom of the press and education clear of ideologues, with a judiciary acting on the values and wishes of the citizens who pay them, like any employee.

    Plus a bunch of retired Judges could leave their current assorted Engineering Projects and truly retire, to go and get Fishing.

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