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Cassidy Knowlton — Editor

Cassidy Knowlton

Editor

Cassidy has been editor of Crikey since April 2016. She joined the Crikey crew in February 2013 as production editor and later managing editor. She started at Private Media as production editor at Crikey sister site Property Observer in 2011, before which she was at Fairfax.

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The <em>Crikey</em> Census: tell us what you really think

The Crikey Census: tell us what you really think

Cassidy KnowltonSep 29, 2016

Help us make Crikey even better — and stream the best movies and television for free.

The Australian sells its front page

The Australian sells its front page

Cassidy KnowltonSep 29, 2016

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has bought the first four pages of The Australian.

Front page of the day: The Advertiser, printed in Melbourne

Front page of the day: The Advertiser, printed in Melbourne

Cassidy KnowltonSep 29, 2016

The Advertiser was printed in Melbourne and driven overnight to South Australia.

How Hillary Clinton's team tries to police the media

How Hillary Clinton's team tries to police the media

Cassidy KnowltonSep 23, 20161 Comment

Hillary Clinton's Shareblue is attempting to whip up outrage about Donald Trump -- and the key is to make it look grassroots and organic.

Stop letting Trump get away with silence, pleads WaPo

Cassidy KnowltonSep 15, 20162 Comments

Hillary Clinton gets an enormous amount of media scrutiny while Donald Trump is ignored, says The Washington Post.

Five pieces of government business that are actually about Sam Dastyari

Five pieces of government business that are actually about Sam Dastyari

Cassidy KnowltonSep 14, 20168 Comments

In yesterday's question time, it seemed like MPs were talking about the plebiscite, or the need to promote Australia's services sector, but really everything was about Sam Dastyari.

Guardian commenters super mean to Andrew Bolt

Cassidy KnowltonSep 8, 20163 Comments

The Guardian was so mean to Andrew Bolt. And Andrew Bolt has no platforms at all on which to defend himself.

Nine gives Stephen Rice $1m after Lebanon debacle, Whittington talks to Sunday Night

Cassidy KnowltonSep 7, 2016

Channel Nine has agreed to pay former 60 Minutes executive producer close to $1 million, according to reports.

ABC digital network director quits

Cassidy KnowltonSep 5, 2016

Angela Clark, the ABC's digital network director, has quit to "pursue opportunities in the commercial sector".

Press Council split on 'abuse survivor' story

Cassidy KnowltonSep 5, 2016

New Zealand Women's Weekly published a story alleging domestic abuse without contacting the alleged perpetrator. Should it have?

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