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<em>Insiders</em> host David Speers (Image: ABC)

Speered on Aunty: the new Insiders boldly remakes an institution

David Speers replaced Barrie Cassidy perhaps a little too well, delivering the toughest political interview seen on the ABC in recent times.

For the final time, it was back to Barrie

For a generation who came of age watching Barrie Cassidy define political journalism, saying goodbye has not been easy.

ABC chair designate Ita Buttrose shakes hands with Communications Minister Mitch Fifield. (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

Media goes gaga over Ita

Over the past week, journalists and media executives from both sides of the aisle have praised the appointment of Ita Buttrose as ABC chair.

The art of the political interview: tips for news players

Young journo? Newbie politician? Crikey talked to the experts for tips on how the get the best out of an interview (or at least, avoid the worst).

Moz outsmarts Turnbull ... Cassidy's Twitter feud ... look who's talking ...

Tips and rumours

Moz outsmarts Turnbull ... Cassidy's Twitter feud ... look who's talking ...

What in the name of parliamentary democracy was Pauline Hanson talking about on <em>Insiders</em>?

Pauline Hanson’s mystery preferential voting changes

What in the name of parliamentary democracy was Pauline Hanson talking about on Insiders?

Christian Democrats help the Libs ... Barrie Cassidy hacked ... good luck with that FOI ...

Tips and rumours

Christian Democrats help the Libs ... Barrie Cassidy hacked ... good luck with that FOI ...

For the last time: yes, Derryn Hinch is eligible to run for the Senate

Hinch himself is not worried: "I must be a serious chance [if] opponents are starting to spread this canard."

Media briefs: Insiders blitzes Bolt … Seven West goes up, down … NYT takes a stand …

Audiences vastly prefer Insiders to The Bolt Report. Plus other media tidbits of the day.