a media mole in the ranks … from a low molehill

[…] Can’t you just imagine how much better Media Watch would be if stories like this were, you know, debated on air, rather than verdicts on their correctness or otherwise being handed down from a rather low molehill its occupants mistake for Olympus?

The encouraging thing is that, somewhere in the bowels of the ABC, there is a a mole who thinks the national broadcaster needs a dose of salts.
– roger
Over to you Malcolm Turnbull, minister responsible for the national broadcaster.
Paging Malcolm Turnbull? Malcolm, are you there? Apparently not. Perhaps you’re just a bit busy with some vitally important personal agenda…

Media Watch, the ABC’s extreme expensive media show, the highest costing 15 minutes on television: ALL HIS DUX IN A ROW

Tim Blair Thursday, March 19, 2015

Media Watch receives a dose of its own medicine. With the difference that this is far more impressively researched.

In a long and very funny piece, Media Watch out themselves as the radicals they are. Hehehe …

[…] Flint Duxfield assures me he is not a member of the Greens.  The party cannot find any record of him having ever been a member.

Cheers
Tim Latham, Executive Producer ABC Media Watch

In any other organixation, other than ABC, Latham and Duxfield would be marched out the door by their long, long, noses.

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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