The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Media Watch programme has taken a swing at the ABC's reporting of the census stuff-up on 9 August, focusing on a claim in a 10 August news report that Australian criticism of a Chinese swimmer could have resulted in a hack of the census website.
Certain controversial statements made by the ABC's Media Watch host Paul Barry on Monday were missing from the transcript initially due to a "technical issue" with the corporation's website, the ABC's media manager Nick Leys told iTWire on Wednesday.
In what is surely one of the most cringeworthy efforts to shore up the ABC top brass, the corporation's Media Watch programme has called for the head of Dr Maryanne Demasi, the presenter who was suspended last week for a programme on the alleged links between mobile phone use and brain cancer provocatively titled "Wi-Fried".
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