News Corp tabloids fail to apologise for incorrectly attributing modelling of a Labor budget blow-out to the Parliamentary Budget Office, Triple J's Hack interview a Nazi, and some people who swear all the time get upset about some choice language.
There’s one Triple J-related question that sends Helen Razer spare: what was it like to be a woman on the radio?
Like the priest obliged to save all souls, or the imaginary broadcast institution obliged to respect all faiths, this program had a divine indifference to usual order.
Triple J Hack Twitter acount hilarious ... but not at Ultimo. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo used a Hack poll to justify the execution of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Just how few women are there in the Hottest 100? And other media tidbits of the day.
The true value of the imperfect, sometimes-amateurish Triple J is that it provides young Australians with a platform from which to critique confusing orthodoxies in the culture industry.
Hack guest offends everyone, how the media covered the protests, and other media tidbits of the day.
The ABC has launched digital-only station Double J, but if you're outside a capital city (or in your car), you can only listen online. Freelance journalist Sally Whyte looks at the (incremental) rise of digital radio.
The arguments against ABC youth station Triple J -- from people too old and too white to be making them -- are back in print. A former JJJ presenter mounts a more knowledgeable defence.