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The deplorable media misunderstandings of the Roseanne reboot

The deplorable media misunderstandings of the Roseanne reboot

The political backlash to Roseanne, on screen and off, is playing into the hands of the network and ignoring all that we know about media.

If we find Chris Lilley’s blackface racist (and it is), what do we make of Sacha Baron Cohen?

If we find Chris Lilley’s blackface racist (and it is), what do we make of Sacha Baron Cohen?

The offensive Chris Lilley performance nobody talks about -- and why his comedy is graceless.

<em>Gayby Baby</em> scandal: confected outrage to unseat an old enemy?

Gayby Baby scandal: confected outrage to unseat an old enemy?

Why does The Daily Telegraph keep running negative coverage of NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli?

Confecting controversy to sell Nestle chocolate

Confecting controversy to sell Nestle chocolate

Could all those journalists planning stories about the health benefits – or otherwise - of Nestle dark chocolate please stop doing the company’s PR. You're being hoodwinked by a marketing company that has built an entire campaign around the media’s inability to distinguish a proper yarn from confected controversy, writes Andrew Dodd.