ABC presenter Raphael Epstein has been called out for refusing to talk about Australia’s most talked-about story, Michael Clarke.Noosa growls.’ with Karl Stefanovic, on it Melbourne radio show.
Epstein, who hosts ABC’s afternoon drive program, told listeners that he had ‘deliberately’ chosen not to play the audio of the principal’s bust-up, and felt bad ‘even that Also talking about’, reports Australian.
He criticized other publications for covering up the story, saying: ‘It’s a shame, it’s a blow and it’s just a cruel thing to do.’
ABC host Raphael Epstein (pictured) has been called out on his radio show for refusing to discuss Australia’s most talked-about story, Michael Clarke’s ‘Noosa Rumble’ with Karl Stefanovic.
‘Let’s call it what it is: vinyl money-making. It is not shared equally; Media owners are never targeted, editors are never targeted,’ he added.
TV veteran Steve Carey has since mocked Epstein for getting on his high horse.
Carey, who worked at Seven, Nine and the ABC during his 35-year career, suggested that Epstein’s memory was ‘very short’, reminding him of how the media portrayed James Packer’s ex. Extensively covered the Bondi feud with Nine boss David Gengel. First.
Epstein, who hosts ABC’s afternoon drive program, told listeners that he had ‘deliberately’ chosen not to play the audio of the bust-up apart from the principal, and on the air ‘about it. I felt bad even while talking. (Pictured: Michael Clarke and Jade Yarbrough in Sydney on November 3, 2022)
‘Let’s call it what it is: vinyl money-making. It is not shared equally; Media owners are never targeted, editors are never targeted, Epstein said. (Photo: Michael Clarke)
‘In May 2014 two of the most powerful men in television were caught having a fight in Bondi and that was James Packer and his then best mate David Gangel, so let’s not beat around the bush,’ Carrey told Media Diary. ,’ Kerry told Media Diary.
The ABC itself published a flurry of online articles covering the break-up at the time, while the topic was discussed at length on ABC TV programs including The Drum and the current affairs show News Exchange. was
It comes after ABC News Breakfast co-anchor Michael Rowland doubled down on his network’s decision not to cover Clarke’s Noosa feud last week.
TV veteran Steve Carey has since chided Epstein for getting on his high horse, reminding him that the media massively covered the Bondi feud with James Packer’s former Nine boss David Gengel. what was
‘In May 2014 two of the most powerful men in television were caught having a fight in Bondi and that was James Packer and his then best mate David Gangel, so let’s not beat around the bush,’ Carrey told Media Diary. ,’ Kerry told Media Diary. Photo: Gangl and Peck pose together during happy times.
Rowland took to Instagram on Thursday to dismiss the drama as ‘no news’, despite the fact Led a news bulletin on Channel Seven.dominated all the major news websites, and even made international headlines.
Rowland shared his views on the news significance of Clarke’s confrontation with the Today host. Daily Mail Australia published an article. Pointing to the ABC and Nine, the story was completely avoided as everyone in the country was talking about it.
‘Lol… personal drama. Not news,’ he wrote on Instagram alongside a screenshot of the Daily Mail’s trending story.
ABC presenter Michael Rowland (left, with Emma Rebelato), meanwhile, doubled down on his network’s decision not to cover Michael Clarke’s late-night bust-up with Karl Stefanovic, the biggest hit in Australia this week. dismissed the much-discussed story as ‘not news’.
Rowland gave her take on the news significance of Clarke’s clash with the Today host after Daily Mail Australia published an article pointing to the ABC and Nine as the talk of the town. was
In the unusual footage, which emerged on Wednesday night, Stefanovic intervenes in an ongoing row between Clarke and Yarbrough in a park outside a restaurant in Noosa, as Yarbrough accused Clarke of cheating on her ex Pip Edwards last month. Dahi has been blamed.
The video was recorded by an onlooker on January 10.
ABC initially chose not to report on the fracas, perhaps because network bosses believed the footage was too small for their audience.
The feud involving Stefanovic, Clarke (left) and his girlfriend Jade Yarbrough (right) led news bulletins on Seven, dominated all the major news websites, and even made global headlines.
The public broadcaster finally acknowledged Australia’s most talked-about story on Friday, publishing a story about how Queensland police were investigating the Noosa incident.
Meanwhile, Guardian Australia media correspondent Amanda Mead made a quick point. In his column on Friday Apart from commenting on the avalanche of press coverage, his masthead didn’t even touch the Clarke story.
Stefanovic hosted the Today show on Thursday and Friday, but remained tight-lipped about the video, which also featured his wife Jasmine – Jade’s sister – and celebrity accountant Anthony Bell.
As of last Friday, the story had not been mentioned on any of Nine’s websites, despite being a huge traffic opportunity, presumably involving the network’s golden boy Stefanovic.
The altercation ended the early news bulletin on Seven’s Sunrise, however, with Edwina Bartholomew detailing the incident shortly after 5:30 a.m. Thursday.
Stefanovic (pictured left, with co-host Sarah Ebo) hosted the Today show on Thursday and Friday, but remained tight-lipped about the video, which featured his wife Jasmine – Jade’s sister – and celebrity accountant Anthony Bell. were also included.
The brawl ended the early news bulletin on Channel Seven’s Sunrise, however, Edwina Bartholomew (pictured) detailed the incident shortly after 5.30am on Thursday.
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