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Media Watch

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

Published: Mon, 11 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +1100

Last Build Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +1100

Copyright: Copyright 2017, Australian Broadcasting Corporation

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

11/12/2017 21:28:26

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.

QLD Election coverage

27/11/2017 21:15:55

Channel Nine graphics win the night as defeated candidates get punted in hilarious fashion

Don Burke allegations

27/11/2017 21:15:56

Host of Burke’s Backyard denies sexual harassment allegations following a joint ABC/ Fairfax investigation.

John-Michael Howson’s tirade

27/11/2017 21:15:57

3AW presenter apologises for telling anti-coal activists to kill themselves.

Karl’s ‘gotcha’ fail

27/11/2017 21:15:58

Today’s Karl Stafanovic tries to catch out the Prime Minister over debt levels.

Media Bites Episode 43

29/11/2017 11:06:15

How the media reported Mugabe's resignation, Turnbull and the Herald Sun make AC/DC gaffes, New Idea at it again, and a bus botches a stadium demolition live stream.

Channel Ten's disservice to the west

20/11/2017 20:47:31

One national bulletin on weekends means West Australian viewers are served news that’s three hours old, and that can backfire badly.

The Latham vs Faruqi showdown

20/11/2017 20:47:35

A legal cockfight between two media commentators, with both playing victim and neither backing down.

All aboard the election bus

20/11/2017 20:47:29

It’s election time which means journos are back on the party buses. But are they just political stunt machines?

Richo bemused by the Paradise Papers

20/11/2017 20:47:26

Graham Richardson’s interview with Ross Greenwood about offshore banking brought back some memories.

Media Bites Episode 42

16/11/2017 19:45:00

Yes wins the day, New Idea's big royal scoop, and why are people smashing coffee machines?

How Russia trolled the US elections.

13/11/2017 21:38:00

A feature program on how Russian backed accounts on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube helped divide America during the 2016 election.

Media Bites Episode 41

09/11/2017 20:42:30

Fake news about the Texas gunman, the media's race day antics, Pauline Hanson's champagne fizzer, and a breast attack that wasn't.

Citizenship saga bites troubled Turnbull

06/11/2017 21:19:41

The MP citizenship saga sees more in the media to write off Malcolm Turnbull.

Media missing in Manus

06/11/2017 21:19:38

With an escalating crisis on Manus Island, where are all the reporters on the ground?

Deadly treadlies

01/12/2017 10:17:41

Miranda Devine warns of the terror threat surrounding bike share schemes.

Facebook fesses up

06/11/2017 21:19:36

Next week on Media Watch, how the Russians used Facebook to help swing the US election and divide America.

Media Bites Episode 40

02/11/2017 19:47:55

Melbourne witness pops up in NY terror story, Shane Warne for Bachelor and Adani protesters crash Premier Palaszczuk's TV interviews.

Citizenship seven coverage

30/10/2017 21:05:09

Paul Murray admits he was 'a million percent wrong' on Malcolm Roberts' citizenship.

Raids, leaks and sources

30/10/2017 21:05:08

After the AWU raids, media are divided over the outing of the leaker.

Confessions of a homegrown ‘terrorist’

30/10/2017 21:05:07

A article exposed Antifa in Australia as a terrorist group 'more dangerous that ISIS'.

Bushie’s irony alert backfires

30/10/2017 21:05:05

It was red faces for The Sunday Territorian after its ironman got his Andrews mixed up.

Media Bites Episode 39

26/10/2017 18:09:18

Michaelia Cash and the AWU raids, Woman's Day's big Bachelorette scoop, and Lonely Planet picks Canberra as top travel spot.

Melania body double bubble

23/10/2017 21:04:53

When a UK journalist sent out a joke tweet about Melania Trump’s body double, a world-wide conspiracy was unleashed.

Lisa walks

23/10/2017 21:04:55

Lisa Wilkinson’s departure for Ten reveals how much money TV stars make.

Junketing journalists

24/10/2017 14:46:00

Qantas scores a week of free media coverage by flying 30 journalists to Seattle.

Christmas in Macau

23/10/2017 21:04:57

According to Alan Jones even ‘Muslim’ Macau does Christmas better than Australia.

Media Bites Episode 38

19/10/2017 19:22:00

Media mayhem as Lisa leaves Nine, ABC's Rage starts war with North Korea, and when teleprompters fail.

The politics of Weinstein

16/10/2017 21:16:29

Conservative commentators smell a conspiracy.

Silencing Ray’s spray

16/10/2017 21:16:23

Triple M Central West dumps parts of Ray Hadley’s morning show following his anger over a local court case.

Media stays mum

18/10/2017 09:11:42

A criminal trial involving alleged police leaks to journalists gets scant coverage in the Adelaide media.

Ipswich or Karachi?

16/10/2017 21:16:27

A Daily Mail story about an Asian gang in Ipswich uses video from Pakistan.

Media Bites Episode 37

12/10/2017 19:52:40

Media react to Weinstein downfall, Milo Yiannopoulos is coming down under, and One Nation's Charles Smith on why the ABC should be shut down.

Las Vegas massacre drives fake news

09/10/2017 21:26:00

Facebook, Google and YouTube promote fake news and conspiracy theories in the wake of Vegas massacre.

ABC defends correspondent from Federal MP’s attack ads

09/10/2017 21:37:31

Federal MP Michael Danby takes out ads critical of Sophie McNeill's reporting on the Palestinian Israeli conflict.

Northern Star HPV headline wrong

09/10/2017 21:26:05

NSW's Northern Star newspaper admits to misleading 'HPV vaccine' story

Media Bites Episode 36

05/10/2017 19:58:34

Daily Mail writes fake news about the Vegas shooter, media confused over Tom Petty's death, Ray Hadley's 'Same Love' parody, and a tantric finale.

Same Love stoush

02/10/2017 21:18:19

Furore over Macklemore’s marriage equality anthem, as more mastheads endorse a yes vote.

Seven’s PR woes

02/10/2017 21:40:05

More bad press for Seven after the ABC plays a recording of the moment a female news cadet is suspended.

Today loves Australia, for a fee

03/10/2017 12:48:06

Today’s ‘We love Australia’ tour turns out to be a gigantic paid ad

Media Bites Episode 35

28/09/2017 18:50:25

Breaking news - TV presenters wear the same jacket, the media brews up old poo stories, and the end of the world is postponed.

Red faces over Roberts reversal

25/09/2017 21:00:18

In July, Sky's Paul Murray boasted he was ‘one million percent’ sure that Senator Malcolm Roberts was not a dual citizen, now the High Court has declared he was.

Spruiking supplements

26/09/2017 11:30:33

Why does a trusted Nine news journalist risk their reputation to spruik vitamins and supplements?

Spot the sponsored content

25/09/2017 21:01:00

News Corp runs 'cash for content' stories without the disclosure.

TV tantrums

27/09/2017 10:38:00

Leaked footage reveals US TV news anchor in midst of an epic meltdown.

Media Bites Episode 34

22/09/2017 09:21:46

The media obsesses over Nicole Kidman’s kiss, bumsex debut on same-sex ballot paper, the end of the world as Nibiru returns