Sky News said the comments have "no place on any of our platforms", but do other News Corp outlets feel the same way?
Sky News' sacking of Ross Cameron after racist on-air remarks shows a News Corp increasingly conscious of the enhanced role commercial activism plays in media revenue disruption.
Janine Perrett gives Ross Cameron the world's best side-eye ... Pauline's mystery penalty rates ... Aunty insulting its female staff ...
The freedom to say the most monstrous things possible is fueling the rise of fascism.
Who on Earth would turn up to Kirralie Smith's "Defending Freedom of Speech Halal Choices" fundraiser? Spoiler: it's Bernardi. And Christensen. And attention-starved Ross Cameron.
We watched Sky News after dark so you don't have to (and please, dear God, never make us do it again). There is so, so much Mark Latham. And Ross Cameron never seems to leave the studio.
Sydney-siders have been told by the PM that the lockdown of their city is the result of nasty protesters who have been banned from the no-go zone. Yet while some protestors are forced to apply to the courts for permission, my old Young Liberal pal John Ruddick and his Aussies 4 ANZUS crew have been given the kind of access other protesters can only dream of.