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<em>Dateline</em> purge as SBS hunts down traitors and dissidents

Dateline purge as SBS hunts down traitors and dissidents

Dateline's 25-strong team will be reduced to a handful of permanent positions as the program moves to a half-hour format in 2015. Staff were told they wouldn't be needed next year in one-on-one meetings yesterday.

Dateline worth saving

Dateline worth saving

Crikey readers talk Dateline and India's troubling human rights record.

TV current affairs hack: why we’re bastards to grieving families

TV current affairs hack: why we’re bastards to grieving families

The controversy surrounding the treatment of the family of 13-year-old Molly Lord ignites new debate on media ethics. A former TV current affairs reporter explains why they do what they do.

Last night’s TV ratings

Last night’s TV ratings

A blow-by-blow account of last night's primetime TV ratings battle.

Switching off the 6pm news

Switching off the 6pm news

Viewer are switching off the 6pm news bulletins on Seven and Nine and their 6.30pm "current affairs" programs, and the ABC is the chief beneficiary, writes Glenn Dyer.