Just when you thought the Kardashian Klan couldn’t get any kookier or komplicated, they drop yet another bombshell. The irony is that amongst all of the frivolous, fabricated story lines of their successful reality show over the past 10 seasons, … Continue reading Bruce Jenner: From Olympic Hero To Transgender Hero
In this digital age where information is rampant, it is often a case of news versus noise; it seems as though the media is putting more emphasis on the noise. We are seeing an increase in fluff news and a … Continue reading News vs Noise: Entertainment Media
In Nigeria earlier this year Boko Haram carried out its deadliest attack yet with the slaughter of an estimated 2,000 people in an indiscriminate weeklong attack. The BBC and Amnesty International reported that Boko Haram militants opened fire on Northern … Continue reading Media Value: The Influence Of Society
At just 23 years old Margot Robbie has already managed to take Hollywood by storm. Dubbed by film and fashion critics alike as ‘one to watch,’ Robbie is quite literally on the brink of international stardom. In just one year … Continue reading Girl To Watch: Margot Robbie
The verdict is finally out. Yesterday Premier Barry O’Farrell revealed tough new laws to restrict the state’s liquor licensing in response to the wave of media attention on alcohol related assaults in Sydney’s CBD and King’s Cross. I know where … Continue reading A Punch Below Society’s Expectations
In case you missed it, (although I’m quite sure there is no one on planet earth who did), Miley Cyrus is all grown up. I’m not going to rehash what happened at this year’s VMA’s, because let’s be honest, that … Continue reading What Would Hannah Montana Say?
In the present time with Australia’s national election date looming closer, its hard not to feel completely immersed (or even drowning) in Australian Politics. Much of the commentary about the impending election has focused on the issue of trust. Who … Continue reading Australian Voters: Between A Rock And A Hard Place