Media unites to rally for press freedom, taking campaign to front pages and airwaves – Politics – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Daily Telegraph, Financial Review, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times blacked out.

Key points:

  • Major newspapers feature “censored” front pages to show the impact of government secrecy
  • It follows a television campaign launched on Sunday night
  • Media organisations want greater protections for journalists and whistleblowers

via Media unites to rally for press freedom, taking the campaign to front pages and airwaves – Politics – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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