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September 21st, 2009 at 05:50pm

Who will criticise A Current Affair first? Today Tonight or Media Watch.

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has found that General Television Pty Ltd, the licensee of GTV, breached the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice 2004 (the code) by failing to present factual material accurately in a segment of A Current Affair about a debt recovery company broadcast on 6 January 2009.

Source: Press release from The ACMA (as they like to be called).

The other question is, who has the bigger archive of A Current Affair broadcasts? Today Tonight or Media Watch.

Oh, what’s that? Another question? The most important question…”who cares?”. Hmmm, good point.

Samuel

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