The national broadsheet took time out on Monday to tell us what John Singleton thinks of the #metoo movement, for some reason.
Singleton might not be happy, but it was Macquarie’s procrastination that eventually wore down ACMA’s patience.
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It's the deal that never truly dies: a tie-up between the Macquarie Radio Network and Fairfax Radio. But would a merger set Fairfax on a collision course with Macquarie stars Alan Jones and Ray Hadley?
Crikey readers vent their spleens on the gambling industry and Bernard Keane's fantasy budget.
The John Singleton-Gai Waterhouse saga is a non-story that sums up where the mainstream media is headed. It's a ready-made narrative without meaning, and it's easy for the media to cover. Get used to this.
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Despite Crikey alerting the world of his failure to disclose an association with the pokies lobby after this hysterical September 3 column, News Ltd's biggest columnist has repeated the effort in today's paper.
Bolt’s worst offence over the weekend was to grossly exaggerate the impact of the NSW pokies backlash while failing to disclose his financial association with those involved in the campaign.