The broadcasting regulator ACMA used crime statistics to rule that Seven's claims of "crime surges" due to "African gangs" breached accuracy guidelines.
Crikey readers respond to Channel 7's "African gangs" coverage, and the Brexit disaster in the UK.
The Court of Appeal has overturned Rebel Wilson's record defamation payout, slashing it by $3.9 million. Bauer Media will now only be liable to pay $600,000 to the actor.
Seven has already weathered much criticism for its Joyce/Campion interview, which drew disappointing audience numbers. Now there are rumours that they're chasing a follow-up.
Crikey readers respond to the ongoing debate about journalists calling a lie a lie, and media accountability on Barnaby.
If Channel Seven can't juggle its program scheduling effectively, the Barnaby Joyce interview could actually end up being a colossal waste of money.
Gaytime's sweet deception ... Joe Bullock's new gig ... return of The Age's sandwich press ...
The report Channel Seven didn't want you to read. And other media tidbits of the day.