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Media Rules

Media Rules

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Published by Tony Yegles
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 Media Rules
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86 minsStereo
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 Waverley NSW AUSTRALIA 2024
 
 Media Rules
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Super fades up fromblack:
SBS Independentfor ‘Creative Nation’ inassociation withTVG Communications presents
01.30.05Super fades up fromblack:01.35.00Fade up from blackMWide Alaninterview. Super:
 Alan Sunderland BureauChief SBS TV Canberra
ALAN : We are generally loathed byand despised by everyone. Thepublic hates journalists and I’msure they hate politicaljournalists more than any others.They don’t trust us. Thepoliticians have a barely concealeddislike for us.01.42.03CU Sarah interviewSuper:
Sarah Macdonald  National AffairsReporter Triple J 
SARAH : They want to be part ofhistory. They're real players,journalists. They love the feelingthat they could be there when bigthings happen and they're the fansof political process they get veryexcited by it.01.55.14CU Margo interviewSuper:
 Margo KingstonJournalist Sydney Morning Herald 
MARGO : You walk into this job asa journalist and all of a suddenyou can actually change the world.I mean, you know, in a very smallway, but I mean your head isinteracting with news and peopleand what you write affects the waythey're viewed and what your newsjudgement is.02.06.03
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ECU Tom interviewSuper:
Tom BurtonChief PoliticalCorrespondent Australian FinancialReview
TOM interview: We should havesomething like a sort of 70% rulewhich says, something like, look70% of the time we get it rightand the other 30 we don't. Butthat's not to say the other 30 isbullshit but read with care. Orwatch with care. Listen with care.02.25.24MWide Alan interviewALAN : I think at the end of theday we're immensely important. Forall our foibles and all ourfailing and all our problems, weare all that the Australian publichave got.02.39.03Title fades up fromblack:
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02.49.18CU TV News broadcastSuper over newsfootage:
Saturday 27 January 1996
JIM sync then v/o: Australia isabout to go to the polls. PrimeMinister drove to Government Houseat 8: 30 this morning to ask BillHayden to dissolve parliamentprior to calling the election.02.55.22MWide Paul KeatingKEATING : Here we go again.03.05.23Wide Howard entersnews conferenceHOWARD : Good afternoon, ladiesand gentlemen. I am delighted thatthe Prime Minister has announcedthe election date.03.07.14 CU Sarah & Benscherat Press ConferenceSuper:
 Anthony Benscher Media Adviser to John Howard 
SARAH: Hey can I get a list ofMinisters, or Shadow Ministers andall your guys phone numbers andstuff03.17.23ANTHONY: When I get back toCanberra I’ll fax it to you.
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