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Lawyers with stars in their eyes are blurring the lines

Lawyers with stars in their eyes are blurring the lines

The shadowy figure that used to stand behind a client in court is slowly coming forward, garnering media attention and blurring the line between legal advocate and spin doctor.

Media briefs: Sandy scoop fail … Littlemore shove …

Media briefs: Sandy scoop fail … Littlemore shove …

Despite yesterday's Herald Sun front page, Sandy Roberts is staying at Channel Seven (at least for now). And other media tidbits.

Media Watch v The Oz like two drunks in bar (and it’s the program’s fault)

Media Watch v The Oz like two drunks in bar (and it’s the program’s fault)

The continuing tit-for-tat between Media Watch and The Australian is demeaning to both. Journalists flailing each other with feathers is always poor entertainment, writes former Media Watch EP David Salter.

Holmes: The circus inside the media inquiry

Holmes: The circus inside the media inquiry

A furious John Hartigan, outgoing CEO and chairman of News Limited, faced up to the media inquiry in Sydney yesterday. But the real winner from this inquiry is Press Council head Julian Disney, says Media Watch host Jonathan Holmes.

Media inquiry: straw men aside, News emerges as Mr Nice Guy

Media inquiry: straw men aside, News emerges as Mr Nice Guy

News Limited CEO John Hartigan and group editorial director Campbell Reid appeared before Ray Finkelstein and made it clear that they are willing to support better self-regulation.

Video: Stuart Littlemore – glib or just infallible?

Video: Stuart Littlemore – glib or just infallible?

Reflections on Media Watch's 20th anniversary -- Australian Conservative things one slice of history was ignored.