There's a good reason you haven't seen Rebel Wilson on networks other than Ten recently. Plus, other media tidbits from the day.
A man who regards himself as Australia’s leading authority on the Liberal Party does not even know the name of the current Liberal leader’s electorate, writes former Labor leader Mark Latham.
Who is Nancy-Bird?... NRL no longer cool... Saab busted for fake green cred... Glen Milne on Chatham Rule...
Be afraid, be very afraid. That sound of rumbling in the distance is not an approaching thunderstorm, nor the Led Zeppelin reunion concert, but hordes of Visigoths heading our way to plunder and pillage our peaceful cricketing way of life., writes Charles Happell.
Another fallacy of the digital world exposed ... Nine joins the battle for NBC contract ... Last night's TV ratings.
Labor supporters are understandably chuffed by the not so great debate, so they might as well enjoy it while they can; when people go to the polls in 30 days time it will be at best a distant memory and at worst totally forgotten, writes Mungo MacCallum.
It is going to be a real struggle for choice on Sunday night. Not between two men in grey suits with striped ties on Sky TV. For ninety per-cent or of Australians or more, the choice will rest between Kath and Kim, Incredible Journeys with Steve Leonard, Australian Idol, Sixty Minutes or Homo Sapiens, writes Ian Smith.
Continuing an overview of social etc change in the swing seats. This will be on the exam. Guy Rundle writes:
You can call it the democratisation of TV programming. Channel Seven will screen Prison Break tonight and Heroes in the coming weeks - almost at the exact same time as the programs are aired in the US.