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Tele trolls  … Seven v Amber Harrison redux … RIP Lateline …

Tele trolls … Seven v Amber Harrison redux … RIP Lateline …

Emily Watkins December 8, 2017 4 Comments

The Daily Telegraph has again chosen to reference a sitcom in its front-page coverage of the marriage equality legislation passing parliament.

ABC offices raided by police … Rundle: Lateline’s journalistic triumph … News Corp editors appointed …

Emily Watkins October 26, 2017 1 Comment

The ABC's Brisbane offices have been searched by Queensland police over a series of stories based on leaked cabinet documents.

Rundle: Turnbull’s surveillance offensive, Lateline’s demise, all point to a failing public sphere

Guy Rundle October 6, 2017 38 Comments

The public sphere, in this country and others, has been undermined by an unwillingness to defend it, even as the ground shifts beneath it.

Vale Lateline, a stalwart of ABC news and current affairs

Emily Watkins October 6, 2017 13 Comments

Lateline has been a stalwart of the ABC lineup for many years. Crikey looks back at its heyday.

Lateline axed by ABC … Murdoch security detail … Facebook’s transparency campaign …

Lateline axed by ABC … Murdoch security detail … Facebook’s transparency campaign …

Emily Watkins October 5, 2017 5 Comments

The detail of Lachlan Murdoch's security, er, detail. And other media tidbits of the day.

Nauruan Justice Minister adds more imputations to defo case against the ABC

Myriam Robin October 11, 2016 1 Comment

A judge has ruled that an ABC report might have included the imputation that the Nauruan Justice Minister had something to do with his wife's death. He will be permitted to refile an additional two imputations of defamation.

Nauru’s Justice Minister v ABC: defo claims on wife’s death

Josh Taylor July 22, 2016

The ABC's sensational February report into David Adeang and the death of his wife is being challenged in court.

How the ABC bungled the story of the ‘5-year-old rape victim’

Myriam Robin February 9, 2016 10 Comments

The ABC reported a five-year-old had been raped on Nauru. That turned out to be false -- so how did the ABC get it so wrong?

Mayne: how the ABC is to blame for Australia’s woeful donation laws

Stephen Mayne February 4, 2016 5 Comments

Even our top political journalists and programs fail to cover this most important governance issue.

Media briefs: back to business … Mirror phone hacking emerges … please don’t shoot …

Media briefs: back to business … Mirror phone hacking emerges … please don’t shoot …

Crikey March 4, 2015 1 Comment

Emma Alberici admits she doesn't watch Lateline when Tony Jones is hosting. And other media tidbits of the day.