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Why conservatives prefer propaganda to reality. Murdochs Media is driving polorization inthis country.

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A new Pew study on America’s media consumption offers a window into the right’s collective mindset

Pew Research set out to find what’s behind what  1,664 more words

Propaganda

Gough Whitlam and the Rupert Murdoch memory hole. For Bolt's Never to be seen Archive by a senior Exec of News Corp

With Gough Whitlam’s legacy now being reconsidered and debated, one thing the Australian media are not prepared to discuss is the role of Rupert Murdoch in his dismissal, writes… 879 more words

Andrew Bolt

It’s noteworthy that virtually none of Gough’s reforms were repealed by the Fraser Government and most continue as part of our political identity to this day.

To the TROLLS at News Corp Bolt, McCrann, Sheridan who couldn’t have a moment of silence or bipartisan respect before dancing on his body ” virtually none of Gough’s reforms were repealed by the Fraser Government and most continue as part of our political identity to this day.” That is completely overlooked by you all in doing your masters work. 426 more words

Andrew Bolt

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News is moving online, there’s nothing else to it. Newspapers have had to step up their online offerings to compete with new and more targeted news sites such as… 289 more words

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An open letter to Sharri Markson

The Australian‘s media editor, Sharri Markson, caused a storm this week when her newspaper published an “undercover” expose of alleged left-wing bias in two of the nation’s premier journalism programs at the University of Sydney (USYD and the University of Technology in Sydney (UTS) 1,781 more words

News Corp & 2GB promote this activity

Asme Sahimi was outside her work in the Sydney CBD when a man grabbed her hijab from behind, put his legs between hers and flipped her on to the ground. 178 more words

Islamophobia

Never Fear Sharri Markson, I Learnt About News Corp Too

Sharri Markson is worried. She’s written an article for the Australian, talking about how several universities in Sydney have been talking about the power News Corp has in Australia as a part of journalism and media courses. 850 more words

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