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Jun 29, 2012

The many definitions of "editorial independence"

Bad news for those thinking about subscribing to The Australian, according to these remarks

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Bad news for those thinking about subscribing to The Australian, according to these remarks it published today:

…just $1200 a person. When you think about it, this is probably the equivalent of a two to four-year subscription to a pay-walled media site. In fact, it would get you 2.9 years’ worth of The Australian’s complete news package.

$1200 for 2.9 years of The Australian. BARGAIN.

Elsewhere in the same article, the amusing conflation of “editorial independence” with “owners telling editors what to print”.

I’m so glad a journalist at Rupert’s Folly had the freedom to write something like that.

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