A program on indigenous affairs starring Bolt did have its challenges, obviously, but it was all worth it, executive producer Simon Nasht tells Crikey.
The right (and David Leyonhjelm) are up in arms (again) about section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. But it is rarely used to stifle the media.
In the storm around proposed changes to the Racial Discrimination Act, it's clear ethnic lobby groups are not as powerful as they once were. Except one, writes Crikey intern Ania Dutka.
The changes to the Racial Discrimination Act are not only bad policy, they are unfair, write Giri Sivaraman from Maurice Blackburn Lawyers and Macquarie University's Jessica McLean.
The ABC has apologised to Andrew Bolt, but Bolt says it's not enough. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
What do George Brandis' amendments to the Racial Vilification Code signal? Shipra Chordia and Andrew Lynch of the University of NSW Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law look at his agenda at Inside Story.
The Right has sought to portray Andrew Bolt's support as coming solely from its own side. Yet this is the opposite of the truth.