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The Australian Media Angel
2 August 2016 | by (Sydney Australia) – See all my reviews

Media Watch examines the daily cycle of Australian media and exposes a lot of it as having unchecked sources, twisted to suit company narratives, agendas and bottom lines, sensationalist, focused heavily on junk celebrity stories, bias towards it's own audiences prejudice, picking on the weak and in 2016 the great decline of the private industry as investment massively drops along with researched, quality journalism. I watch it to cut through the crap and learn what the real deal is which it often gets to but mainly because it's exciting and stimulating. I have never failed to enjoy the show over the many years I've watched it. It is a national treasure which Australian's are fortunate to have. It should be obvious to everyone that the private industry could never offer up a show of this quality and of it's impeccable independent nature, regularly criticizing the very network it's on - The ABC. Well done ABC for keeping it going since 1989!


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