The Summer Series continues with special guest Leo Puglisi, the young lad from Melbourne who founded and runs 6 News Australia, and who’s been copping flak on social media from all manner of politically motivated trolls.
We spoke about how he created 6 News and the trolls he’s attracted, fact-checking and the art of journalism, elections, and indeed the upcoming federal election — including a detailed conversation about the seat of Kooyong.
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This episode it’s thanks to Ben McLaughlin, Simon Harris, and Warren McDonald, who’ve all sent through some tips.
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CONVERSATION TOPICS: Gay Rainbow Anarchist, John Lindsay, and four people who choose to remain anonymous.
THREE TRIGGER WORDS: Matthew Moyle-Croft, Peter Lieverdink, and Sheepie.
ONE TRIGGER WORD: Andrew Kennedy, Andy T, Chris Hill, David Porteous, Gavin C, Ian Kath, James Mardel, Jonathan Ferguson, Joop de Wit, Julia DB, Karl Sinclair, Kimberley Heitman, Mark Newton, Michael Strasser, Mick Fong, Paris Lord, Paul Williams, Peter Blakeley, Peter Blakeley again, Peter Sandilands, Peter Viertel, Phillip Merrick, Ric Hayman, Scott Reeves, Shane Perris, Syl Mobile, and one person who chooses to remain anonymous.
FOOT SOLDIERS FOR MEDIA FREEDOM who gave a SLIGHTLY LESS BASIC TIP: Bob Ogden, Daniel O’Connor, Errol Cavit, Garth Kidd, Jamie Morrison, Jim Campbell, John Avocado, Katrina Szetey, Luke Costin, Matt Arkell, Michael Cowley, Miriam Mulcahy, Oliver Townshend, Paul McGarry, Peter McCrudden, Peter McCrudden again, Rohan Pearce, Susan Rankin, and three people who choose to remain anonymous.
MEDIA FREEDOM CITIZENS who contributed a BASIC TIP: Coralie Naumann, Dean Madden, John Avocado, Karletta A, and two people who choose to remain anonymous.
And another ten people chose to have no reward, even though some of them were the most generous of all. Thank you all so much.
[4 November 2021] In a statement posted on Facebook, Jones said he had been informed by management at Sky News that his contract, which ends on November 30, would not be renewed.
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This clip is taken from our episode with Leonardo Puglisi, Founder, Chief Anchor, and Managing Director of 6 News. In this clip, Leo explains what his go-to tips are for spotting disinformation and bias in the news media.
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It's deeply funny of you read it like some kind of beat poem. Also looking forward to the episode.
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