We’re going to need a bigger army

Posted by Tim Ireland at April 8, 2009

Category: Old Media

This entry was posted on
Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
at
3:24 pm and is filed
under Old Media.

The race to the bottom continues in Australasia…

Meet Stephanie Mills, who is a former Greenpeace campaign leader with some 20 years experience appearing in that link as a guest on the TVNZ ‘Breakfast’ show with hosts Alison Mau and Paul Henry (who also does his fair share of talk radio).

Stephanie had been invited on that show to discuss the French Government’s decision to compensate people made ill by its nuclear testing in the Pacific.

Now take a look at the moment where Paul Henry, with the aid of some anonymous viewers, reduces his guest and her contribution to one single, irrelevant word:

Meanwhile, across the southern pond, the ABC reports on yet another “spectacular example of lousy journalism”; this time the publication of faked raunchy images of Pauline Hanson.

(Psst! I wish the BBC could be as good as the ABC about transcripts on programmes like this.)








2 Comments

  1. Bartholomew says

    Good grief, David Brent lives on.

  2. Stringer Bell says

    L to tha O-L!

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