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With the recent political explosion in Australia – the dumping of yet another prime minister – came an avalanche of political interviews. But how much did we learn from these public interrogations? Have political interviews infused with intense media management run out of puff? With...
Monday night’s ABC interviews showed how TV can be dangerous for politicians in unexpected ways
When Bill Shorten took the chair for a solo Q&A at Ballarat on Monday night, the cards were stacked against him. Tony Jones, at his most adversarial throughout,...
With declining reach and influence, the Murdoch empire can no longer determine election results
Labor might not have noticed it yet, but Rupert Murdoch’s capacity to influence the outcome declines with each passing election. Over the past eight months, Victoria and Queensland have...
What might television look like in a year’s time, in a few years’ time, in a decade? Jock Given , Michael Brealey and Cathy Gray asked twenty-five people from across the industry and beyond.
The last quarter of 2014 and the...
This lesson about the perils of determinism, something that all students of media history learn in their earliest lectures, is one that writer and Silicon Valley insider Andrew Keen seems hell-bent on challenging in his latest book, The Internet Is Not the Answer.