Andrew Bolt displayed the thick skin and calm demeanour for which he is justly famous.
Diversity is at the centre of how and why we regulate our media -- but how and why we regulate it is likely to be lost in the current media reform debate.
"Independent" statutory bodies like the Human Rights Commission are, in reality, beholden to their ministers and departments over funding and direction. Tom Burton of The Mandarin explains how it really works in Canberra.
The Age has had a mortifying morning after mixing up Waleed Aly and Nazeem Hussain. And other media tidbits of the day.
Thanks to Malcolm Turnbull's surprise announcement yesterday, community TV stations have 15 months left on air.
John Laws has been smacked on the knuckles -- 10 months late. So why does Australia's broadcasting regulator take so long to rule? Crikey investigates the often painful process.
The royal phone prank may have been poorly executed, but the witch hunt ensuing from the death of one of the parties shouldn't be the basis for further media regulation. Hard cases make for bad law.
Alan Jones will get a fact-checker in an agreement between his station 2GB and the media regulator. But will that make any difference to how he operates?