I regularly listen to abc radio. It is not biased. They ask the hard questions of all politicians. The other day they had Barry O'Farrell on talking about something fluffy, can't even remember. They had Fiona Scott and David Bradbury on before that comment and were broadcasting from that electorate.
One time you said there wasn't a conservative smh journo. I pointed out there is.
'The most recent IBIS World Industry Report on Newspaper Publishing in Australia (July 2013) finds that News Australia has a 42.3% marketshare, with the company's daily and Sunday newspapers accounting for approximately two-thirds of all daily (including Sunday) newspapers sold in Australia.'
are both closer to that 70% number, no?
Most of my electronic news comes from ABC Classic FM radio and, well, they must have missed the memo. My printed news comes from a range of sources including *gasp* News.com.au, SMH, BBC and ABC. I chose not to watch TV because it's all sh1te with the vast majority of 'news' coming from press releases.
But, who cares? It's like a person accused of beating his wife saying "but my neighbour also beats his wife". It's the same logic my 4 year old uses when confronted with one of her crimes.
The last vestige of a desperate litigant was how we described it in law. No persuasiveness at all.
Did anybody watch australian story?
Media Watch on ABC TV now!!
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