Just filling in an empty node here, but A Current Affair(ACA) is a rather pathetic issues television show on channel nine in Australia. It's a good example of bad journalism. As can be expected, it's subjective, glosses over the issues, uses emotive language and the use of celebrities to prove arguments. An example would be when they covered the Napster issue and used John Farnham (An Australian singer) for the "against Napster" team, and had no one for the "for Napster" team. Regardless of your take on the Napster issue, both sides should have been represented equally. What was more annoying was the lack of mention of fair use and consumers' rights.