In a year of dodgy journalism, Seven stood head and shoulders above the rest
Crikey's coveted Wankley Award -- which recognises those who go the extra mile to create truly terrible journalism -- goes to everyone tying themselves in a knot about the "dangers" of the latest video-game craze, Fortnite.
Crikey readers respond to the ongoing debate about journalists calling a lie a lie, and media accountability on Barnaby.
The much anticipated Sunday Night interview with Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion missed a few important points, but did manage to ask whether Campion was "sassy".
Did you hear that the NRL banned rainbow flags from the grand final? You might have, but it's not true.
There's nothing like a good state-of-origin war between The Courier Mail and The Daily Telegraph. But when a TV star calls for a fellow employee to withholding bedroom favours from his boss, you know a Wankley is just around the corner.
If you were following Sunrise co-host David Koch on Twitter this morning, you would have gotten an interesting take on Hosni Mubarak's refusal to resign as Egyptian president. For that, he takes out Crikey's coveted Wankley Award.
Mel Rafter, a character from TV soap Packed To The Rafters, has been written out of the script so an actress can try her hand at Hollywood. So, who cares? Well, we do apparently. Why else would the media relentlessly cover the 'death' of a television character as news?
Wherever he was on Thursday, Stephen Fenech’s ears must have been burning, but it wasn’t because of harmful electromagnetic radiation from his mobile phone.