The price we pay for free-to-air TV

Crikey readers talk commercial TV, the Prime Minister as a cat and leaving Rupert alone.


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5 thoughts on “The price we pay for free-to-air TV

  1. Gavin Moodie

    I’m also unsure about the Scott Morrison animal: rat or snake in the grass?

  2. zut alors

    The best TV advertising I recall was a Neil Diamond concert from Sydney which Channel 9 televised live back in 1976. During the entire show there were only two sponsored ads, one from each sponsor ie: Cadbury and Pioneer. Behold the impact of ‘less is more’ as I remember the brand names 38 years later.

    Due to their non-invasive advertising I was favourable towards the Pioneer brand & ultimately purchased their hi-fi. These days the more a product is advertised the more resolved I become never to buy it.

  3. Brian Williams

    I think Morrison would be better served with the image of a dung beetle.

  4. Horowitz

    No – Dung beetles actually clean up the sh*t…

  5. Hugh (Charlie) McColl

    Leave the beetle out of it.

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