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Do not disturb : is the media failing…

Do not disturb : is the media failing Australia?

by Robert Manne

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0975076949, Paperback)

At a time when the Howard government in Australia has radically narrowed the national vision, the mainstream media has failewd to notice or to hold it to account. Do Not Distrub offers diverse and enlightening explanations for this failure. Eric Beecher gives reasons for the decline of quality journalism, and Guy Rundle charts the rise of the attack-dog commentators. Margaret Simons goes inside the ABC, while Jon Faine lifts the lid on the unruly democracy of talkback radio, and so on. The contributors to this book are all independent insiders.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:10:04 -0400)

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