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The Media Monitors Top 20

Patrick Baume writes:Aug 7, 2008

Brendan Nelson was the most popular politician in Australia on radio and television this week… if you subscribe to the theory that all publicity is good publicity.

Media briefs: Hole in the Wall, Tamsyn's drug message

CrikeyAug 7, 2008

ITV revenues plunge while the battle for Adelaide rages on at WIN.

Facebook: how to defame someone without really trying

Greg Barns writes:Aug 7, 20084 Comments

Tasmanian politician Paula Wriedt is the latest high profile victim of Facebook attacks, but why aren't the proprietors of social networking sites doing more to prevent their use for harrassment?

Government's grocery response passes the stuntwatch test

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Aug 6, 20083 Comments

Never mind what The Australian and the other palls of Big Retail say, there is merit in the Government's response to the ACCC's grocery reoport, writes Bernard Keane.

Richard Farmer's political bite-sized meaty chunks

Richard Farmer writes: Aug 6, 20082 Comments

Interesting tidbits from the heart of government with Richard Farmer.

Dark days indeed for Eddie 'Nowhere' McGuire

Crikey founder Stephen Mayne writes:Aug 5, 20086 Comments

Eddie McGuire's tenure at Channel Nine looks shaky, and the travails at Collingwood FC could make his presidency dicey there too, writes Stephen Mayne.

Media briefs: SMH forgets its business, NT News a tosser

CrikeyAug 1, 20081 Comment

Sydney Morning Herald lost in dross ... All is sunshine and giggles at Sunrise apparently ... IOC duplicitous, you're kidding!

The IOC is not nice. We knew that, didn't we?

Canberra corresponded Bernard Keane writes:Aug 1, 200811 Comments

The IOC knew all along that they would, but thought it convenient to lie about it. Quelle surprise. By Bernard Keane.

The Media Monitors' Top 20

Patrick Baume writes:Jul 31, 2008

Sonny Bill Williams and Cadel Evans received significantly more coverage than Brendan Nelson this week. So what does that tell us? writes.

Media briefs

CrikeyJul 29, 20082 Comments

Selling Southern Star not straight forward ... Hammer the message ... Do you hear a reporter clapping? ... Even lamer than Second Life ... Mr T Snickers ad pulled for being offensive to gay people.

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