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What <em>7.30</em> got wrong (and refused to correct) about <em>that</em> Kennett story

What 7.30 got wrong (and refused to correct) about that Kennett story

Laurie PattonFeb 20, 20174 Comments

Channel Seven did not hold a story about Jeff Kennett to "placate the premier", writes former Seven Network executive Laurie Patton. But the ABC saw something nefarious in the decision, and won't be swayed by facts.

What is the price of ripping off other journos' work? Yahoo7 learns: $300k

What is the price of ripping off other journos' work? Yahoo7 learns: $300k

Charlie LewisFeb 17, 2017

A $300,000 fine is substantially more than the cost of employing a court reporter. Just saying.

How the Herald Sun declared war on Melbourne's homeless

How the Herald Sun declared war on Melbourne's homeless

John MartinkusJan 25, 201714 Comments

The Herald Sun sounded the drums of war against people sleeping rough at Flinders Street Station. Then crosstown rival The Age joined the fray, writes freelance journalist John Martinkus.

Why the Australian media won't get Trumped

Why the Australian media won't get Trumped

David SalterJan 24, 20179 Comments

Things would go very differently if the Australian press took on President Donald Trump.

Truth goes down the drain: media poop scoop turns out to be a load of the same

Truth goes down the drain: media poop scoop turns out to be a load of the same

Myriam RobinJan 9, 20176 Comments

The Australian Reddit community has long been aware of how reporters trawl the social network for story leads, and appears more than willing to lead them astray for shits and giggles.

Sorry, 'fake news' isn't information you don't like

Sorry, 'fake news' isn't information you don't like

Bernard KeaneDec 23, 20166 Comments

The concept of "fake news" distracts from the more serious challenge of quality journalism at time when there are fewer journalists, editors and producers to provide it.

Palestinian lobby joins the junket game

Palestinian lobby joins the junket game

Myriam RobinDec 22, 20165 Comments

Journalists including our own Bernard Keane have taken part in the first Australian media junket organised by the Palestinian lobby.

The 2016 Crikeys: the best and worst of the media

Myriam RobinDec 21, 20165 Comments

Triumph at Fairfax, problems at the ABC and sexual harassment pretty much everywhere: it's the 2016 Crikey Awards for Media.

Could a lawsuit brought by Sam Armytage spell the end of celebrity pap shots?

Could a lawsuit brought by Sam Armytage spell the end of celebrity pap shots?

Myriam RobinDec 14, 20164 Comments

Sam Armytage's lawyer says speculation about her underwear breaches her reasonable expectation of privacy. If a judge agrees, it could forever change the business of paparazzi photography.

Herald Sun's 2IC left in February after sexual harassment complaints

Herald Sun's 2IC left in February after sexual harassment complaints

Myriam RobinDec 8, 20162 Comments

Herald Sun night editor Shane Burke left the company in February after allegations he propositioned women in the newsroom during work hours.

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