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Mayne: what Amber Harrison actually, finally, told the Supreme Court

Mayne: what Amber Harrison actually, finally, told the Supreme Court

Stephen MayneJul 13, 201720 Comments

Justice John Sackar will deliver his judgment at 2pm on Monday and is expected to come down hard on Harrison.

Razer: Uhlmann's Trump 'mic drop' was banal, an absolute fizzer

Razer: Uhlmann's Trump 'mic drop' was banal, an absolute fizzer

Helen RazerJul 13, 201740 Comments

Yes, yes. Trump is bad. This just in: water is wet; heat is hot; and urban intellectuals are very easy to poke fun at.

Channel Nine under fire for cutting local news in Darwin

Channel Nine under fire for cutting local news in Darwin

Emily WatkinsJul 12, 20172 Comments

Channel Nine will no longer produce Darwin's 6pm bulletin locally, leaving the ABC's bulletin as the only locally produced TV news in the Top End capital.

Fray: a decent proposal to save public interest journalism

Fray: a decent proposal to save public interest journalism

Peter FrayJul 12, 201714 Comments

The answer lies in the rather worn term "audience-first", writes former SMH editor-in-chief Peter Fray.

How denialists Kenny and Bolt royally screwed up reporting of climate paper

How denialists Kenny and Bolt royally screwed up reporting of climate paper

Tom AllenJul 11, 20179 Comments

Wrong again, fellas. Master's student in sustainability Tom Allen helps Andrew Bolt and Chris Kenny understand basic climate science.

Media Watch's appeal to the future of 'public interest journalism' is snobbish and unbalanced

Media Watch's appeal to the future of 'public interest journalism' is snobbish and unbalanced

David SalterJul 11, 201716 Comments

What was meant to be a "special edition" of Media Watch was actually a predictable lecturette.

SBS Comedy received no complaints from politicians, broadcaster says

SBS Comedy received no complaints from politicians, broadcaster says

Josh TaylorJul 10, 20172 Comments

Lampooned politicians did not lodge formal complaints with SBS over its satirical news site Backburner before the site was axed.

Mayne: Seven's triumvirate buy themselves endless Amber Harrison publicity

Mayne: Seven's triumvirate buy themselves endless Amber Harrison publicity

Stephen MayneJul 10, 20177 Comments

By no longer contesting Seven’s claims in court or pursuing her own counter-claims, Harrison has laid down her legal arms and shifted the debate back into the court of public opinion, where she has proven herself to be an effective combatant.

Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

Glenn DyerJul 10, 2017

The debut of Australian Ninja cut down the competition last night

If Al Jazeera closes, we all lose

If Al Jazeera closes, we all lose

Christopher WarrenJul 10, 201711 Comments

We will all know less about the world and hear only more Western-centric news if Al Jazeera is forced to close, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren.

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