Review of Media Watch

Page reviewed 2014-05-20



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Top 5 Posts by Media Watch

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2014-05-06 1542056 654840234590459 654840117923804 20695 542 b unfortunate slip up by a Radio National newsreader on... 121 18 60
2014-04-16 10176243 642905582450591 2125254546972281570 s In a day of political surprises, The Daily Telegraph brings us this: 166 7 36
2014-04-08 10155642 638788799528936 4621843118986567011 s A double entendre gone wrong: when littering an article with sexual... 123 26 29
2014-03-24 1921701 630117643729385 630117627062720 9129 480 b Tonight on Media Watch: Spot the spoof - facts go missing in the... 78 25 28
2014-03-11 1921837 622888154452334 622886264452523 34585 1180 b Sorry, John: The Australian edited a reader's letter to the editor, ... 55 6 17

Unanswered Posts by Others - Media Watch

 Date From Post Comments
2014-05-19 This Lib govt is teaching Australians its ok to lie to get want u want, to be deceitful without a... 0
2014-05-14 This article is factually wrong - why is there no penalty for reporters writing inflammatory... 0
2014-05-13 Hey, why don't you do a piece on why the ABC never responds to compa... 0
2014-05-13 Hey, would I have been able to smear Whitlam, who wanted to cull - or kill out - all non ALP... 0
2014-05-13 Dear Media Watch - when will we the poor suffering taxpayer who funds this program, see an... 0