Michael Jackson carks it. Kyle and Jackie O hit rock bottom. It was 2009.
Seven has won its court case against the Australian Federal Police after police raided the network's offices looking for evidence of a deal with Schapelle Corby. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Everyone said Kyle and Jackie O would do well. But in just one ratings survey, they've tied for most popular breakfast show. It's a disaster for 2DayFM, which lost more than half its audience.
Kyle Sandilands' comments cut to the core of the internal FM radio culture towards women. Well, let's just say radio.
To brand Kyle Sandilands as a "woman-hater" overlooks the fact that he is an equal-opportunity bully, writes Wendy Harmer.
On the night of JFK's inauguration, Jackie O was roused from bed by a hit of Dexadrine. This is just one revelation exposed in newly surfaced interview tapes, reports Eleanor Clift.
From a tough field of nominees, this year's Wankiest of all Wankleys goes to Richard Wilkins and his Goldblum gaff, writes Elly Keating, but Sam the Koala, Daryl Somers and Kyle Sandilands all deserve honourable mentions.
For their championing of chubby, several media outlets have this week earned the Wankley.
In commercial radio, if you grossly offend the nation’s sensibilities, you simply suspend yourself for two weeks and move on, writes Andrew Dodd.
As Australians clamber to get on-board the Kyle Sandilands hate-train, let's not forget his partner-in-crime, Jackie O, who has so far avoided most of the blame for last week's on-air lie-detector saga, says Sally Morrell.