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Mediawatch Extra November 2012 ( 37′ 37″ )
The Mediawatch team runs through listeners' queries and comments and updates recent stories from the programme. This month: Blogging and busking; the blogger who's helming Truth; figures for the film industry challenged; the PM's off-colour off-the-cuff gags; criticisms of coverage of the arts; are our media still sexist?
Mediawatch for 11 November 2012 ( 35′ 08″ )
Off-the-cuff comments put the PM in the spotlight; coverage of the death of leading lawyer Greg King - and the front page focus on other lawyers; public radio under the radar on the nation's Access stations.
Mediawatch for 4 November 2012 ( 35′ 33″ )
Strange connections with 'Superstorm Sandy'; rosy reports of the economic impact of film and television; an expert in the arts says the media fail to cover them properly and; the nation's most notorious blogger takes charge of a national newspaper.
Mediawatch for 28 October 2012 ( 35′ 27″ )
A tragic killing which kick-started a campaign to change the law; how an Australian ad campaign went wrong - and how advertisers here now have to be on their guard; freelance journalists can get great stories - but not great money; how hard did the media work on Labour Day?
Mediawatch for 21 October 2012 ( 32′ 44″ )
A giant leap for marketing; extrordinary exposure for a major musical; New Zealand gets noticed in Frankfurt; the UK's front pages are startlingly sexist - is the story the same on ours?
Mediawatch for 14 October 2012 ( 36′ 58″ )
For decades experts have studied the effects of crime, conflict and catastrophe on victims - and also on soldiers, paramedics and police officers. But not on so for those also often on the scene at disturbing events - journalists. Mediawatch reports from the first ever gathering devoted to the impact of trauma on New Zealand's journalists.
Mediawatch for 7 October 2012 ( 37′ 20″ )
Broadcasters blurring the boundary between advertising and journalism; how our universities and polytechnics are engaging the media today - and could contribute more in the future.
Mediawatch for 30 September 2012 ( 35′ 32″ )
This week the Mediawatch team looks at: the controversial publication of National Standards stats; an overseas investigation unreported here; TVNZ cuts another current affairs show; Paul Henry hassled by critics and; a paper hits a bum note.
Mediawatch for 23 September 2012 ( 35′ 30″ )
A right royal row over private pictures; shots fired over the blurred boundary between old and new media; The ODT's editor on resisting reinvention; which paper had its eagle eye on the Russia's Tsar?
Mediawatch Extra September 2012 ( 39′ 58″ )
The Mediawatch team runs through listeners' queries and comments and updates recent stories from the programme - with guest Alison McCullough. This month: The Herald's new format; flaky columns; Christchurch two years on; one small mistake by a man; the La Leche League hits back; chickens on the cover; bloggers vs. the mainstream; a shoutout for Stockholm; who first warned the Tsar?
Mediawatch for 16 September 2012 ( 35′ 30″ )
The boss of the nation's biggest daily paper on its tabloid transition; a top lawyer calls for a rethink of rules allowing cameras into our courts; how a notorious nickname stuck to a controversial criminal; a sudden surge of media interest in chickens.
Mediawatch for 9 September 2012 ( 35′ 42″ )
Mediawatch talks to some overseas experts about the ways 'new media' are now colliding with the old - TV, radio and newspapers - in the digital age. Fast-growing online outlets now deliver news quickly, cheaply and directly to people, wherever they are. But by speeding up the news, are they also undermining it? And should the likes of Google contribute more to the creation of the content that they make so freely available online? Also: some startling mistakes made in recent reports of the death of the world's best-known names, and newspapers having a makeover.
Mediawatch for 2 September 2012 ( 35′ 26″ )
An outsider's view of the media response to disaster and recovery in Canterbury and Pike River; one year on from the death of the UK's top-selling tabloid, is the world better off without The News of the World?
Mediawatch for 26 August 2012 ( 35′ 17″ )
A TV veteran tells Mediawatch about four decades in investigative journalism, and why he now fears for the future of it here. Mediawatch also looks at how a minister's move to bypass the media backfired, some rough numbers for our newspapers, and the revival of a long tradition of telling Russia's rulers where to get off.
Mediawatch for 19 August 2012 ( 35′ 25″ )
The steroid scandal that turned silver into gold at the Olympics; a new proposal to persuade the public to pay for journalism - and the view of a veteran - and; the Aussie entrepreneur spending a small fortune fighting Rupert Murdoch's papers.