Media Files

Oct 19, 2017

Australia’s media predators … ‘The fear that permeates news outlets’ … Mark Latham sued for defo …

Broadcaster Tracey Spicer has revealed she's investigating two long-term sexual harassers in the Australian media industry.

Emily Watkins — Media reporter

Emily Watkins

Media reporter

Today in Media Files, broadcaster Tracey Spicer has revealed she's investigating long-term sexual harassers in the Australian media industry, and American reporter Kim Masters has written about her struggle getting accusations published about recently-resigned Amazon boss Roy Price.

Spicer investigates Australian 'long-term offenders'. Broadcaster Tracey Spicer says she is investigating sexual harassment in the Australian media industry, including two long-term offenders. She's asked her Twitter followers to privately share their stories with her, and told The Australian the men she was looking at were "serial predators", and she would be looking at prosecutions as well as exposing them: "They deserve to be held to account after the way that they have behaved over many decades."

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  1. Kelly

    The show is called the Bachelorette, not the Bachette.

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