Seven, ABC complain as AFR article «trivialises» journalists

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Seven and the ABC have written letters of grievance to the 9-owned Australian Monetary Evaluation following an article “trivialising” portrayal of their workers.

In an article concerning the media’s protection of the Victorian election, senior correspondent Aaron Patrick referred to: “the ABC tv’s Bridget Rollason, who has shot TikTok movies to catchy music of herself going to a fitness center, consuming breakfast and having make-up utilized” and “the Seven Community’s Sharnelle Vella, who has her personal expertise agent.”

In keeping with Rollason, there aren’t any TikTok movies on her account of her on the fitness center or consuming breakfast whereas Sharnelle Vella additionally took to social media in response.

ABC stated, “The ABC has complained to the Australian Monetary Evaluation and Aaron Patrick over the irrelevant, incorrect and trivialising reference to award-winning journalist Bridget Rollason and requested for the story to be modified.”

Editor-in-chief, Michael Stutchbury informed Guardian Australia “The claims concerning the journalists contained in Aaron Patrick’s report have been deleted from the web story,” he stated.

“The claims detracted from what was an in any other case well-written piece.”

The newspaper didn’t clarify why the article within the printed newspaper didn’t include the identical references.


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