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نگارش شده در تاريخ : جمعه, فوریه 23, 2018 و ساعت : 11:40
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If there was an award for the most parliamentary inquiries leading precisely nowhere, the plethora of handwringing investigations into the future of journalism over the last decade would have to take the gong.

There was the fuss in the dying months of the Gillard government in which then communications minister Stephen Conroy tried to push forward more ethical regulation of journalism, to howls of outrage from everyone in the media.

There was the 2016 exercise when a Senate committee looked in to journalism as part of proposed changes to media ownership legislation. A Groundhog Day exercise if ever there was one.