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Channel Nine knows exactly who Pauline Hanson is. And it always has

When producers at Channel Nine invited Senator Hanson to speak about the lockdown of public housing blocks in Melbourne, they knew exactly what they were doing.

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The Masked Singer slips, but still leads the ratings for Ten

Elsewhere The Block starts to crumble, and Seachange sinks beneath the waves.

This Time Next Year provides a strong return for Karl Stefanovic

Nine won the night over all, but Ten's Have You Been Paying Attention won the timeslot over Karl's return.

Media companies go back to the government honeypot

Some of Australia’s biggest media companies are once again buzzing back to the government for support.

The Victims: what it’s like to live inside the eye of a media storm

INQ explores several case studies of Australians victimised by intrusive reporting.

Australia’s cricketers collapse and so do the ratings

Nine won the night, but the ratings mirrored Australia's batting -- falling away horribly as the night went on.

Where is Australia’s ‘prestige’ television?

The commercial networks have been in a death spiral for some time, and it looks like we're condemned to reheated panel shows and rebooted reality from here on out.

Stephen Healy, former Tennis Australia director.

Why rights-holder Wide World of Sports buried Tennis Australia story

An online editor at Nine's Wide World of Sport has told his staff to steer clear of a major business story.

Did Ray Hadley’s ‘slip of the tongue’ reveal his sources?

Ray Hadley has become the centre of what he calls a "storm in a teacup" after an on-air slip-up seemed to suggest that Peter Dutton was one of his political sources.

Mass media rules: the deal you do when you’ve run out of ideas

The sinking of the Fairfax mission into Channel Nine will see a doubling down on mass appeal reportage.

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