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Media Watch



Keeps a watch on all those who work in, own or control the media.



Published: Mon, 21 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +1100

Last Build Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +1100

Copyright: Copyright 2016, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 



2016 - best in show

21/11/2016 21:25:05

For the last show in 2016 we take a look back at the good, the bad and the Latham. We highlight the media moments and dish out a few gongs.



Trump and media in the post election world

15/11/2016 13:41:29

Despite so many predictions, Donald Trump won the US election. How did the media get it so wrong? And how will they cover him when he is President?



Trump v the media: what will happen next?

07/11/2016 22:10:00

In the days leading up to the US election, the battle between Trump and the media continues. But will the media stop Donald Trump becoming the next US President, and how will they deal with him if he does?



A Catalyst for change

07/11/2016 22:17:00

ABC's flagship science show, Catalyst, has been given the chop. So what is in store for ABC audiences and will the new format deliver?



More news that's just paid PR

07/11/2016 22:19:32

Accepting gifts and getting paid to host corporate events and then writing glowing testimonials on a news site is just not journalism, it’s paid PR.



Lessons in how not to handle a crisis

31/10/2016 21:52:27

The disaster at Dreamworld has been a massive story this week, after four people died on a fun day out. It was a terrible tragedy. And Ardent did not handle it well.



Border Force on air matters

31/10/2016 21:51:54

Border Force has a slick new podcast to balance the left wing media bias, but there will be plenty you won't be hearing on it.



Mystery solved! But not for long

31/10/2016 21:51:30

Reports that the Bermuda Triangle 'mystery' had been solved were short lived, but still managed to get plenty of coverage worldwide.



Children forgotten again

26/10/2016 15:55:56

'The Forgotten Children'on Nauru are forgotten again as Four Corners comes under attack for alleged bias.



The Oz defends right to offend

24/10/2016 21:28:39

News that notorious Bill Leak cartoon will be investigated by the Human Rights Commission has led to a volley of outrage.



StalkerSpace not a serious source

24/10/2016 21:28:00

When the Daily Mail sourced a post from UQ StalkerSpace for a serious story, it was left looking a bit silly.



From NAPLAN to FATPLAN

17/10/2016 21:50:00

According to a Daily Telegraph front page exclusive, the NSW Government is considering ranking schools by obesity in a NAPLAN overhaul.



Unreliable translation predicts world war

17/10/2016 21:49:00

Relying on google translate as a research tool can lead to dire predictions of impending doom.



Rise of the copyclowns

17/10/2016 21:49:08

There is a spreading panic in the media about 'Creepy Clowns' but is the craze real or just stunts for attention?



Trump feeling the media heat

10/10/2016 21:22:46

Donald Trump is facing more pressure after new revelations released in the media over his treatment of women.



Thrill of the spill

10/10/2016 21:27:00

Fairfax claims a Tony Abbott comeback could be on the cards, but without much detail



TV's gambling addiction

10/10/2016 21:21:48

Is TV's addiction to sports betting ads grooming kids to gamble?



Return of the budgie smugglers

10/10/2016 21:46:00

After spending four nights behind bars in Malaysia, the "Aussie larrikins" are back. But has media support started to turn?



Can the media trump Trump?

10/10/2016 08:36:00

Donald Trump: Did the media make him? And can they now break him? He’s challenged journalism and now the media is fighting back.



The day love died

26/09/2016 21:41:00

Mass media despair over the break up of 'Brangelina'



NEET or not?

26/09/2016 21:48:50

A Daily Telegraph attack on young 'bludgers' backfired as more details emerged.



Mounting pressure on Mike Baird's ban

26/09/2016 21:40:10

Media pressure mounts on Premier Mike Baird's greyhound ban. Will the powerful broadcasters succeed in getting him to back down?



A great moment in history that wasn't

26/09/2016 21:39:52

A photo in The Sunday Age captured a great moment in political history. But a closer look revealed all was not as it seemed.



Fringe conversation goes mainstream

19/09/2016 21:45:00

Theories about Hillary Clinton's health have gone from fringe to mainstream after her recent collapse. And the media is giving it credence.



Nine News can't heal your pain

19/09/2016 21:44:52

Bad news for arthritis sufferers, despite promises, Channel Nine News cannot heal your pain.



O'Brien v The ABC

19/09/2016 21:44:16

Media Watch has successfully defended a defamation action taken by journalist Natalie O’Brien with a judgment passed down last week, more than three years since the program was aired.



60 Mins story is a ratings winner ... for Seven

12/09/2016 21:01:08

Finally the Beirut child snatch story delivers a ratings win, but not for Nine.



Journos plugging products on Instagram

12/09/2016 21:00:00

Journalists are plugging products on Instagram, so is it time we're told who gets what for free?



Drinks 'study' gets a boost

13/09/2016 17:32:11

A story on Ten News told of the health benefits of Boost Juice, but was light on some important facts.



Purple puff

05/09/2016 21:42:23

A Channel Seven news puff piece on Purple Bricks left some viewers seeing red.



From commercial radio to just commercials

05/09/2016 21:42:14

Sydney radio station 2UE is set to transform to a new format it calls 'Talking Lifestyle'.



Snapping Senate snoozers

05/09/2016 21:42:04

Derryn Hinch was caught napping in Parliament last week, but that hasn't stopped his push to overturn restrictions on photography in the Senate.



Buzz is back

05/09/2016 21:41:54

After a five week absence, Phil 'Buzz' Rothfield is back at the Sunday Telegraph, having been cleared by News Corp’s investigation into his relationship with Eddie Hayson.