A review of the economic and editorial challenges faced by the media in 2020. Despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud, several Sky News hosts continue to claim Donald Trump was cheated in the US presidential election. 'Pivot', 'new normal', 'learnings' - the mind-numbing phrases the media repeated throughout the year.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian's office denies intimidating and threatening journalists in an attempt to kill a story of her own coronavirus COVID-19 breach. Prime Minister Scott Morrison's image factory runs hot thanks to his official photographer, so why don't media stamp the photos as such? Journalist Steve Cannane wins an important victory in the defamation courts against two Chelmsford doctors.
Reporting by ABC and Nine vindicated after Brereton report points to "credible evidence" that Australian soldiers committed unlawful killings in Afghanistan. News Corp and Kevin Rudd trade blows over the former PM's royal commission petition, which has reached 500,000 signatures. BBC announces probe into its 1995 TV interview with Princess Diana amid allegations that forged documents were used to secure the interview.
Two young teenage boys steal a car and embark on a road trip that will change their lives. Alternative title: Goodbye Berlin. In German.
The story of the fraternal portrait of the violent Younger-James gang in post-Civil War Missouri.