Bernard KeaneApr 16, 2009
The nation’s 15-year-olds have much to answer for.
CrikeyApr 16, 2009
The Hun's prejudicial murder framing ... Seattle journos create their own news source ... BBC reporter breaches rules on impartiality
Chris GrahamApr 16, 2009
Any attention is good attention, right? There's no other rational way to explain Andrew Bolt's column in the Herald Sun yesterday.
CrikeyApr 15, 2009
Political reporters see everything through a prism. It changes according to mood and moment, writes Alastair Campbell.
Andrew BartlettApr 15, 2009
The Torres News has a piece on their website (and the front page of their dead tree version) about the recent arrival of fifty Tamil asylum seekers in the region. The style and detail of the story makes an interesting contrast to a lot of the mainstream media coverage of asylum seeker arrivals.
CrikeyApr 9, 2009
I am not in a position to lecture anyone about what is happening in the media today. I don’t think anyone is, said ABC chief Mark Scott in a speech last night.
Alan KohlerApr 9, 2009
In my view the internet provides the opportunity for the rebirth of this kind of journalism, not its death.
CrikeyApr 7, 2009
So what value does The Age's secret leaked Mullett document really have? Asks Greg Barns
StilgherrianApr 6, 2009
A bunch of media people gathered at the ABC’s in Sydney last week to discuss the future of journalism, and not one of them whinged about bloggers.