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Media Watch

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

Published: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +1100

Last Build Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +1100

Copyright: Copyright 2018, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Turnbull sex ban

19/02/2018 21:40:08

Stand by for the media to police the Prime Minister’s ‘sex ban’

Taxing times at the ABC

19/02/2018 21:40:06

Emma Alberici’s tax reports. Our verdict on the latest ABC stuff-up.

The RSPCA and public accountability

19/02/2018 21:40:01

What responsibility does the RSPCA have to the public when it releases footage of alleged animal cruelty?

Back from the future

19/02/2018 21:39:59

The media recycle a bogus story about a 2030 time traveller that was almost as funny as it was stupid.

Media Bites Episode 3

15/02/2018 19:28:12

The media piles on Barnaby Joyce, RSPCA unleashes media hunt without proper evidence, and how to report an Olympic half-pipe final without video.

Would you like facts with that?

12/02/2018 21:14:54

The truth behind a hair raising story that McDonald’s fries cures baldness

The Barnaby affair

12/02/2018 21:14:23

Barnaby Joyce and his lover, why his private life was in the public interest

Cabinet leaks: from scoop to sorry

12/02/2018 21:25:32

The ABC apologises to former PM Kevin Rudd, for its reporting on secret cabinet documents.

Media Bites Episode 2

08/02/2018 20:02:27

Daily Telegraph publishes Barnaby Joyce baby revelations. Andrew Bolt's gardening accident blamed on socialists? Gold Coast blogger exaggerates letter from Kate Middleton. And the Winter Olympics condom record.

Media companies oppose draft laws

05/02/2018 21:12:50

Proposed new laws on espionage and foreign interference could see journalists and whistleblowers face 20 years in prison.

Muslim fashion outrage

05/02/2018 21:12:48

News Corp columnists take aim at DFAT for sponsoring an exhibition of Australian Muslim fashion in Malaysia

Nine News for sale

05/02/2018 21:12:47

A new milestone in blurring the line between news and ads as Nine News runs sponsored content for a major advertiser in afternoon bulletins

Media Bites Episode 1

01/02/2018 21:22:08

ASIO locks up Cabinet Files; Today pinches a promo; Channel 9 gaffes; 7 News misplaced outrage over drivers licences.

A costly Rush?

11/12/2017 21:28:23

A hasty front page story on Geoffrey Rush has brought a defamation case against The Daily Telegraph

Stirring up Milo fever

18/12/2017 11:14:00

Milo Yiannopoulos enjoys a compliant media during his tour of Australia

Superstorm hype runs out of puff

11/12/2017 21:28:28

The Melbourne superstorm was hyped to the hilt but left the media and bureau looking silly

Media Watch – 2017 highlights

11/12/2017 21:28:30

A look back on some of the highlights of 2017

Media Bites Episode 45

07/12/2017 20:55:34

Labor MP calls journalist a "maggot", Prime7's news gaffes, media gives verdict on Amazon Australia, and the media serve up arm vaginas with a side of jingle balls.

The rush to convict Geoffrey Rush

04/12/2017 22:18:10

Was a single, unspecific and uncorroborated complaint enough to condemn the actor on the front page of the Daily Telegraph?

The sting that stung

04/12/2017 22:18:08

An attempt to discredit The Washington Post over its reporting on Roy Moore shows the importance of rigorous fact checking.

Perth to Baku

11/12/2017 17:56:25

The West Australian love letter to Azerbaijan glosses over some less attractive facts.

Lateline signs off

04/12/2017 22:18:04

We farewell the ABC program after three decades on air.

Media Bites Episode 44

30/11/2017 19:59:32

Indecent exposure at the ARIAs, how NINE handled Don Burke, media can't get enough of Harry and Meghan, and HuffPost Australia ends joint venture with Fairfax.